Can there exist a "self-evident" statement? That is, can there exist a statement that offers sufficient substantiation for itself?
For example, a statement can be constructed
This statement is true.
Can such a statement be categorized as self-evident since it attempts to argue its own validity? Moreover, can another example be constructed where the proposition and its justification are expressed in one statement?
A is true because B, which is a logical justification for A, is true.
Will this statement constitute as an example of self-evident statement?
If such a "self-evident" statement can exist, is it rationally justified to doubt the statement?
Lastly, what are some examples of "self-evident" truths? Many people argue that our existence is self-evident. According to the definitions that you may provide above, will such an example constitute as self-evident?