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A rather impish part of me wants to write, “The person making the claim is the one who owns the burden of proof,” and have done with the post, but there’s a bit more to it than that. Today we’ll talk about how to tell who owns the burden, and how to prevent yourself from taking on more of that burden than you should. (This is going to be the non-philosophy-professor version of how this works, by the way.)
A claim is a statement of fact. A claim can range from assertions “horses have hooves” to “GMO foods are safe/unsafe for humans to eat” to “chocolate tastes better than vanilla does.” Moreover, it’s a positive statement of fact about something.
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Source : http://www.patheos.com/blogs/rolltodisbelieve/2015/01/02/the-handbook-how-to-know-who-owns-the-burden-of-proof/