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Theories of truth deal with questions such as: what are truths? what makes them true? what is the relation between truths and the things that makes them true? Not to be confused with "what is the truth", which is a completely different matter.

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People used to believe truth existed as a provable concept. We now accept we can disprove things, and what we know is approximate. Once you accept the pragmatic, this works, it has consequences that … are significant to take into account, one has the basis for calling this truth. Science works like this, but philosophy seems overcome with cynicism where the worst case scenario is accepted as if …
asked May 8 '18 by PeterJens
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No lies, always truth Imagine this proposition. I ask a question, any question. Now the answer to this question can come in many forms with different levels of detail, focus, granularity. The … would suggest therefore it is impossible to create a world without lies, because truth in its fundamental definition of the laws of thought, always has within it the existence of untruths or lies. So …
answered May 9 '18 by PeterJens