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Validate is defined as, “to establish something as valid.” Does research validate our chiropractic philosophy or is the philosophy validated by the logic of its deductive reasoning and the authority of the 33 principles? If we need scientific research for ourselves or others in order to validate chiropractic, is it possible to do that and stay within our unique objective?

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  1. Claude 01/13/2016, 9:06 pm:

    The philosophy is definitely validated by the authority of the 33 principles of chiropractic’s BASIC science in the same way that life is validated by principle #18 and that existence is validated by principle #1. Chemistry, physics, mathematics are also validated by the authority of their BASIC principles. –

    – Therefore WE don’t need scientific research for ourselves to validate chiropractic since it is the authority of 33 principles of chiropractic’s BASIC science that validates chiropractic. Scientific research should be directed toward collapsing or dis-proving the established truth of any or all of the 33 principles. Until scientific research can accomplish this task, the 33 principles of chiropractic’s BASIC science are true and stand as the AUTHORITY of chiropractic validating its philosophy. Pretty much the same way that 2+1=2, or that “every effect has an antecedent, proximate cause” and until scientific research can collapse or dis-prove those principles, they are true.

    • Claude 01/13/2016, 10:43 pm:

      … of course it is 1+1=2… you knew that did you not? 😉

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