Sentences with «validity»

« Aristotle's work was so influential that philosophers continued to believe in the essential validity of his findings well into the Renaissance period (thousands of years later), even though many of his scientific conclusions turned out to be factually inaccurate. »
« At the same time, the early socialists believed that there was nothing inherent in their ideas that threatened the rich; many socialists hoped that the privileged classes would recognise the validity of their ideas and that socialism was a way of bridging the class divide, not widening it. »
« Although the majority of researchers believe the discovery to be true, there are also those who question its validity. In any case, it has opened up enlightening perspectives on an essential phase in the history and faith of mankind. »

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