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With Argumentation A also seems true B also seems true… But truth can
be 1… only either A or B and not both?

Lets assume there is only 1 road to reach New Delhi… and Subject XYZ
quotes to have taken the only road…

But another person PQR wants to check via argumentation whether XYZ took
another radially straighter route… He assumes that possibility…

Here mind has the capacity to assume any premise irrespective of the
same being true or false. Now in such cases via argumentation how will
one ever reach the fact? Mind will keep assuming strange factually true
like scenarios and there could be no end to such assumptions…

Now, the fact can only be what has happen in the past? And assuming any
other permutation and trying to argument over its possibility will lead
to truth? One’s mind will assume endless possibilities and the fact
cannot be reached.

So in such cases what is being done in real life? Looking back at what I
studied and what various scientists are doing … they seem to be
assuming various permutations and call that theory and keep juggling
with that all the life … ? With Argumentation A also seems true B also
seems true… But truth can be 1 only either A or B and not both?

I guess philosophers should have identified this problem and could have
already arrived at solutions to the same… trying to understand what
are those solutions already identified.

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