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essence of truth

Definition:
There are three theses which characterize the way in which the essence of truth has been traditionally taken and the way it is supposed to have been first defined:

(1) that the ‘locus’ of truth is assertion (judgment);

(2) that the essence of truth lies in the ‘agreement’ of the judgment with its object;

(3) that Aristotle, the father of logic, not only has assigned truth to the judgment as its primordial locus but has set going the definition of “truth” as ‘agreement’. (M&R SZ 214)

Submitted on 17.07.2019 13:22
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