Open texture

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Open texture is a term in the philosophy of Friedrich Waismann, first introduced in his paper Verifiability to refer to the universal possibility of vagueness in empirical statements.[1] The concept has become important in criticism of verificationism and has also found use in legal philosophy.

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  1. ^ Friedrich Waismann, Verifiability (1945), p.2