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Truth

  1. 1. What is TRUTH?
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  14. 14. What is TRUTH?
  15. 15. 18 Belief vs Truth
  16. 16. It refers to acceptance that a statement is true or that something exists. Proposition is the statement about the object of belief. The object of belief is the representation of the fact found in the world or truth conditions about the world.
  17. 17. S (Person) believes that P (representation of the belief) is true Sir Delgado believes that he is in San Isidro, Nueva Ecija. I believe that God exists. He Believes that he is loyal.
  18. 18. It is a statement about the way the world actually is.
  19. 19. 22 Theories on the Nature of Truth
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  21. 21. It states that the key to truth is the relation (or correspondence) between propositions and the world. This means that a belief is true if there exists an appropriate entity – a fact – to which it corresponds. If there is no such entity, the belief is false.
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  23. 23. It states that the truth of any proposition consists in its coherence with some specified set of propositions (or significant wholes). Truth conditions of a proposition are based on other propositions. It insists that a belief is true if and only if it is a part of a coherent system of beliefs.
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  31. 31. It states that a proposition is true if it is useful to believe it. Thus, utility is the essential mark of truth.
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  36. 36. 45 Domains of Truth
  37. 37. Scientific truths This pertains to the natural world that maintains a relative independence from the perspective and attitude of human beings that perceive them.
  38. 38. Truths that are analogous with a general agreement or consensus on what is right as opposed to what is wrong.
  39. 39. Truths analogous to sincerity The truths that we claim in this domain need corresponding actions that will establish trust
  40. 40. It is the process of proving the truth or validity of a statement.
  41. 41. 50 Justification of truth
  42. 42. DOMAIN Corresponding justification Objective Domain empirical evidence Social Domain acceptability to a particular group in a particular time in history Personal Domain consistency and authenticity of the person who claims it.
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  54. 54. Thanks for LISTENING!
  55. 55. 1. Sioco, M.P., & Vinzons, I. (2016). Introduction to Philosophy of the Human Person. Quezon City: Vibal Group, Inc. pp. 49 – 51 2. Caraan, A. (2016). Introduction to Philosophy of the Human Person. Makati City: DIWA Learning Systems Inc. pp. 28 – 31

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