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10. Modality / D. Knowledge of Modality / 4. Conceivable as Possible / c. Possible but inconceivable

[possibe despite not being conceivable]

6 ideas
Above and below us will never appear to be the same, because it is inconceivable [Epicurus]
What we cannot imagine may still exist [Leibniz]
Why pronounce impossible what you cannot imagine? [Dennett]
The conceivable can't be a test of the possible, if there are things which are possible but inconceivable [Scruton]
The apparently metaphysically possible may only be epistemically possible [Vetter]
Inconceivability (implying impossibility) may be failure to conceive, or incoherence [Vaidya]