Truth Is Truth

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“The truth is rarely pure and never simple”, claims Oscar Wilde. Truth is very complicated, as people understand it in different ways. Truth is a statement, which never changes and does not depend on people’s feelings. In other words, truth is reality and the action expressed without any changes or edit. The matters that people can accept as truth are what they believe. For instance, if people are not sure about events they need to have foolproof statistics, facts or evidence; as a result, “truth”, is a conviction in which people believe and which is impossible to make false. “Whatever else realists say, they typically say that they believe in a correspondence theory of truth” (Putnam, 1978, p. 18). At the same time, the question “does my truth is also truth for others?”, or “does their truth is also truth for me?” can mislead people since they have already accepted and comprehended their own truth individually. Telling the truth and accepting it is a very complicated issue as people define the word “truth” differently. Firs of all, scientists have always been engaged in defining “truth” throughout history and philosophy up to modern times. The etymology of the word “truth” covers 20th century. “Aletheia”, which means truth, was used in ancient Greek philosophy and…show more content…
“ Truth” can be defined as “reality”, however it is mentioned that mathematical truth does not always relate or correspond to the reality ,”truth in science” which help us to reach the final conclusion or “logical truth” which is utterly true and abstract meanings of truth such as “justice”, “freedom” or “liberty”. People understand their truth as they do want or accept and “truth” does not have an ultimate meaning. As Galileo Galilei states “All truths are easy to understand once they are discovered; the point is to discover them” ,the main question is to discover your own

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