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Closure (philosophy) — For other uses, see Closure (disambiguation). Closure, in epistemology, is the principle that if a subject S knows that p, and S knows that p entails q, then S can thereby come to know that q. Most epistemological theories involve a closure… … Wikipedia
Deductive closure — For other uses, see Closure (disambiguation). Peter D. Klein, in the second edition of The Cambridge Dictionary of Philosophy, defines closure as follows: A set of objects, O, is said to exhibit closure or to be closed under a given operation, R … Wikipedia
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