what does fundamentally sound mean?

7 Answers

  • Ask Me About Atheism
    1 month ago

    In logic, an argument is said to be “sound” if it is a valid argument where all of the premises are true. I suppose if something is fundamentally sound, it means that the fundamental idea is based on sound arguments.

  • maryann
    5 days ago

    No! Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac had to be bailed out, Washington Mutual just went under (was purchased by JP Morgan Chase) Someone is trying to buy Wachovia right now, maybe Citibank, I think. We are all in very bad shape economically speaking, even though McCain recently announced that our economy is fundamentally sound. I suppose if I had too many houses to count I might think it was sound too. I would have the good sense however, to go home and relax and not run for office of President if I were that uninformed and behind the times. I guess that is why Palin seemed like a perfectly good choice to him too.

  • Dances with Unicorns
    1 month ago

    It means that the basic idea or structure of something is valid or logical.

  • toshiko
    5 days ago

    I think it depends

  • Anonymous
    1 month ago

    basically strong

  • DiDi Doubter
    1 month ago

    I could be mean, and say “An oxymoron”, but…

  • Joanna
    5 days ago

    Do not think so

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