Here I'm not talking about "truth" in general ( as when one says " truth is correspondence between thought and reality") but about truth considered as a particular truth, as when one says " this truth has been discovered by Galileo".
Under which conditions can one say that two truths are one and the same truth?
What individuates "a truth" ?
A famous philosopher once said " no entity without identity". That's why the question seems important to me.
What is the "ontological status" of " a truth"? ( Assuming, maybe erroneously , that this use of the word " truth" is correct.)
Here of course I'm thinking of the sense /denotation distinction.
But there might be other aspects of the question.
Let me know what are your reflexions on this question ( or, maybe, which references could be indicated on this topic).