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You are introducing the term 'genuine', which needs clarification.

My question is whether philosophical problems can be coherently stated in logical form. Or as W says, can we 'put the question' at all.

I would say there are genuine problems that cannot be coherently stated, and therefore are not soluble (because we can give a coherent answer only to a coherent question).

So (depending on your clarification of 'genuine') I would tentatively disagree with your (1) above. Some genuine problems are insoluble, because they cannot be coherently stated.

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