That's why I like pancritical rationalism. And for me, not even the higher brow Bartley's approach, which I respectfully honor as inspiration for my own. My version of this basically comes down to one statement, "All representations remain in principal subject to rational criticism." The statement itself is self referential and generally holds true, or at least enjoys a fairly robust existence among other very close conceptual configurations of roughly the same idea.
I have not given much thought to pancritical rationalism because at some time I labeled it as "non-creative" and tautological. But I will take this chance to check again.
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