Amount of texts to »truth« 98, and there are 98 texts (100.00%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
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Average Rating 2.276 points, 5 Not rated texts
First text on Apr 12th 2000, 12:30:50 wrote
Andrew Mutandi about truth
Latest text on Nov 26th 2012, 23:59:22 wrote
vty about truth
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on May 13th 2011, 06:49:43 wrote
n8chz about truth

on Sep 11th 2007, 18:33:14 wrote
Emma Example about truth

on May 30th 2007, 14:40:00 wrote
i forgot it about truth

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Texts to »Truth«

Greyson wrote on Oct 8th 2000, 07:34:32 about


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Truth rises above mere consideration of good and evil and becomes something more than the sum of its parts.

Joe wrote on Aug 21st 2004, 07:30:17 about


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If a thousand old beliefs were ruined in our march to truth we must still march on.

(Stopford Brooke)

rkcba wrote on Nov 15th 2003, 16:59:35 about


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It is hard to believe that someone is telling the truth when you are quite sure that if you were in his place you would lie.

rkcba wrote on Nov 16th 2003, 18:59:42 about


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A truth that is told with bad intent,
beats all the lies you can invent.

William Blake

the old pirate wrote on Mar 19th 2001, 17:21:18 about


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Contrary to popular thought, truth is absolute, not relative.

Just because someone believes something is true doesn't make it true.

At one time, the civilised world believed that the earth was flat. But this did not succeed in unrounding the planet by a single millimeter.

If a billion people are making a's still a mistake.

Therefore, truth is not something we believe.

Truth is something we discover.

alicia wrote on May 11th 2004, 05:49:31 about


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Seek the truth – or the truth will seek you!

Groggy groove wrote on Apr 13th 2000, 18:15:20 about


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To a man of a mathematical turn of mind – to a student and lover of the exact sciences these inaccuracies of expression – this inability to understand exactly how things are must be a constant source of annoyance; and to one who, like myself, writes this turn of mind to an ardent love of truth, for its own sake – the reflection that the English language does not enable us to speak the truth with exactness (hello, mr. president!), is peculiarly painful.
John Phoenix, A New System of English Grammar, 1854.

rkcba wrote on Nov 16th 2003, 18:38:16 about


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When you want to fool the world, tell the truth.

Jean-Claude Choul wrote on Mar 14th 2002, 01:21:20 about


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The problem with truth, as a word or concept, is that it has several meanings (it is polysemous), and these senses are often contradictory. This situation is complicated by the fact that it involves feelings, as in its opposition to »lies«, while falsity can be demonstrated. Another problem arises when truth is equated with reality, since reality is subject to perception, thus mostly variable according to individuals. When truth is invoked in the case of a fact, it can be proven or disproven. The logician's truth is of little use, since it evacuates contents. But one point needs to be stressed: truth, as the Old Pirate said a year ago, is not a matter of belief. The test would be simple if the meaning of the verb »to believe« did not interfere with the meaning of the verb »to think«. One should also be careful not to confuse »I believe X« (X being a statement) and »I believe in Y« (Y = a concept). You cannot have an opinion on the fact that a tugboat is a boat. Last but not least: the act of believing does not make something exist.

Groggy groove wrote on Apr 12th 2000, 21:21:53 about


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The truth the historian in any age finds in the past becomes part of our literary treasure. Inevitably the historian is torn between his efforts to create anew what he sees was really there and the urgent, shifting demands of the living audience. His motto could be St. Augustine“s »Credo quia impossibilia« – »I believe because it is impossibleAt his best he remains a wrestler with the angel.

(Daniel J. Boorstin)

Andrew Mutandi wrote on Apr 12th 2000, 12:30:50 about


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Truth can be a strange and wonderous beast that is not for the feint hearted. In Australia we currently have a government which dramatically manipulates the truth of many situations to try and stay in power. It is currently dening the existance of a generation of Australian Aboriginal children that were forcibly taken from their parents by the government from the the 1920s to the 1970s in an attempt to assimilate them into the white population

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