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Stipulation Resolves Intractable Disputes



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Statement Type Title Description Proposed Probability Author History Last Updated
STATEMENT Stipulation deals with unresolvable conflicts by allowing both parties to consider the consequences of their assumption. 1.0 Eric Details 2016-09-28 22:27:34.0
STATEMENT Saving a graph with an added stipulation creates a copy of the graph, leaving the unstipulated graph in place. Saving a graph with an added axiomatization creates a copy of the graph, leaving the unaxiomatized graph in place. To access the axiomatized graph, open the "show axiomatization list" on the search window or the dashboard and select the desired version. 1.0 Eric Details 2016-09-28 22:27:34.0
STATEMENT The rounded corners indicate conditional status, without the stipulation n1 would be Refuted. 1.0 Eric Details 2016-09-28 22:27:34.0
STATEMENT My religion says this is wrong as a matter of principle. 1.0 Eric Details 2016-09-28 22:27:34.0
CITATION The alternative bible according to my personal Religion.

On page 23 of "The Bible According to Our Personal Religion", it says explicitly that stipulation does not solve this problem because our God is always right.

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STATEMENT After n4 is stipulated, n2 is Conditionally FALSE, ie false under the assumption "n4 is true", and n1 is conditionally Established. 1.0 Eric Details 2016-09-28 22:27:34.0
STATEMENT This graph, with stipulations, is understood to be based on the stipulation in the statement n4. If that assumption is wrong, so is n1. This graph, with stipulations, is understood to be based on the stipulation in the statement n4. If that assumption is wrong, n1 is not established. However, if n4 is true, then the body of n1 is tentatively established. Viewers may take that into account and reference the challenges for the stipulated statements and the proofs for it to decide what they believe. 1.0 Eric Details 2016-09-28 22:27:34.0
STATEMENT This challenge bounces off n4 once n4 is stipulated, because the stipulation assumes this challenge is wrong. Stipulations are invulnerable. 1.0 Eric Details 2016-09-28 22:27:34.0
STATEMENT If one says "Is Too", and the other "Is Not", Stipulation agrees to disagree and tracks who assumes what and what the consequences are

Viewers can see precisely which consequences depend in what ways on which disputed assertions. And they can see the challenges against the stipulated statements.

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STATEMENT Conditional status is marked by rounded corners. Border bolding or not indicates status. Statements with rounded corners have status that depends on the assignment of True and False to the stipulated statements. Statements with square corners have status which doesn't depend on the status of the stipulated statements. A thin border statement with square corners is simply NOT-TE, no assignment of True to some stipulated statements and False to others will establish it. A thin border statement with round corners, is conditionally False. If all of the stipulated statements are considered True, this will not establish the statement, but there is some assignment of True to some stipulated statements and False to other stipulated statements that would make the statement established. A round corner statement with bold borders is conditionally True. Under the hypothesis that all the stipulated statements are true, this statement is established, but there is some assignment of True to some stipulated statements and False to other stipulated statements for which the statement would not be established. Finally a bold-bordered statement with square corners is Tentatively Established independently of what truth value is assigned to the stipulated statements. 1.0 Eric Details 2016-09-28 22:27:34.0
STATEMENT The ideal is to resolve all disputes rationally or empirically. Stipulation is recourse when this is impossible. 1.0 Eric Details 2016-09-28 22:27:34.0