The question remains--assuming the irrefutability
of Lilly's information--why did Mankiewicz not reveal what he had heard about Eagleton?
One might certainly be tempted to conclude at this point that, granted (with Ratzinger) there is ultimately no possibility to positively state the meaningfulness of rationality but only to affirm the irrefutability
of its necessity as a formal framework, one may swiftly turn back to line of thought (A) and ascribe to the human person the capacity to entrust to oneself the responsibility to choose the option for rationality (and thereby the option for Christianity).
is not a virtue of a theory (as people often think) but a vice" (Popper, 1965:36).
Without explicitly teasing out the limits of their theories, such scholarship incompletely engages the readership, potentially reducing scholarly debate to slogans or ideological predilection now resting on the mystique and irrefutability
of another discipline.
Together these genres work to produce mutually supporting senses of transparency and irrefutability
or use the word "surely" to suggest irrefutability
55) See 24:149, LL 117-8: "However certain it is that a circle has 360[degrees], however apodeictic the Platonic theorems in geometry are, still no one would want to die for their infallibility and irrefutability
For instance, if an end user wants to access a business-critical application or confidential data, then they must use an authentication method with a high degree of irrefutability