Socrates and falsification

In his book, The Consolations of Philosophy, Alain Du Botton describes the philosophic reasoning of Socrates:

“A correct statement is one incapable of being rationally contradicted. A statement is true if it cannot be disproved.”

This philosophy aligns perfectly with Karl Popper’s writings on Falsification.

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