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Posted by Paul R. Martin on July 11, 2002 15:39:01 UTC

Hi Dick,

Reading your response prompted a question in my mind:

Do you think it is possible to know something without being able to prove it? By "it" I mean the fact that the "something" is true; I don't mean the fact that you know that fact.

In other words, is there any valid basis for claiming to know something other than that you can prove it?

Warm regards,


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