Definition of irrefutability in English:


Pronunciation /ɪrɪˌfjʊtəˈbɪlɪti//ɪrɛfjʊtəˈbɪlɪti/


  • See irrefutable

    • ‘Would the irrefutability of guilt render capital punishment just?’
    • ‘The formulas of applied mathematics, the subject matter Venet is actually using, do not have the irrefutability of logical theorems, which are pure tautologies not involving statements about the outside world.’
    • ‘Here Dembski's ‘refutability’ runs head-on into Popper's argument concerning the empirical irrefutability of strict or pure existential statements, such as the fundamental claim of intelligent design quoted above.’
    • ‘Popper argued that the ories framed in such a way that no conceivable observation could falsify them were non-scientific; irrefutability was not a virtue of a theory but a vice.’