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In philosophy and science, a fact or concept that is established beyond all possibility of doubt, for example that all humans die. Science advances by using observation, experiment, and logical reasoning, i.e., inductive and deductive logic, to refute previously accepted “certainties” and replace them with new, more valid certainties.

Subjects: Public Health and Epidemiology.


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