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a.1.Such as can be manifested.
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This transposes to MANIFESTABLE, capable of being manifested, a simple entry from W3.
They argue for the objectivity and determinacy of meaning, although at the same time they insist that both meaning and truth attributable to propositions or sentences has to be epistemically constrained, that is, grasping a meaning has to be manifestable and truth has to be in principle knowable.
It tends to be inconclusive and hence undesirable to test, with data derived from the spatially limited assemblages, those hypotheses that are of a general and mainly a faunal-region-scale manifestable nature.