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In its pure form, originalism treats constitutional meaning as ascertainably fixed, either by the original understanding of the constitutional language or the "intent" of the Framers in drafting that language, which arguably may be the same thing.
By his talk of experiences which disappoint hypotheses Peirce must mean such as are had under ascertainably adequate conditions, that is to say, under conditions which make it reasonable to treat them as veridical.