susceptible of proof

See: provable
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You must use,' said the gentleman, 'for all these purposes, combinations and modifications (in primary colours) of mathematical figures which are susceptible of proof and demonstration.
communicates no factual proposition susceptible of proof or refutation."
Since McDonald, administrative law jurisprudence has recognized a distinction between evidentiary issues that are "susceptible of proof by ordinary means" and those "facts" which are "matters of opinion" and "are ...
25:1) and others were court scribes engaged in the provision of educational manuals for state bureaucrats (this is a view that in fact is hardly susceptible of proof).
I have long felt that the conservative vision, like its liberal and radical counterparts, contains a powerful core of beliefs -powerful not because these beliefs could be shown to be incontrovertibly true or false but precisely because they were not susceptible of proof or disproof.