Criticisable


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Crit´i`cis`a`ble

    (krĭt´ĭ`sīz`å`b'l)
a.1.Capable of being criticised.
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When, through an assertion, a speaker raises a criticisable claim to the validity of the asserted sentence, because no-one has direct access to uninterrupted conditions of validity, "'validity' must be understood epistemically as 'validity proven for us'.
To present a criticisable validity claim means to present a claim which can, if need be, be defended with arguments which might lead to an agreement based on reason.
REACTION TO CRITICISABLE STATEMENTS OF SARRAZIN AGAINST TURKS-