The truth and falsity
of all the sentences in this infinite hierarchy are grounded, in the sense that they have truth-makers or false-makers.
I is refined (split) as U, C, G, but 7 also is refined as [T.sub.A] = absolute truth and [T.sub.R] = relative truth, and F is refined as [F.sub.A] = absolute falsity
and [F.sub.R] = relative falsity
Turning inward becomes another sort of false falsity
. The idea of personal freedom within a stable system is a self-deception.
To the extent that there remains a question mark over the current criterion of truth and falsity
this book invites its readers to pay attention, to resist escape to another realm.
The District Court dismissed the complaint, finding, inter alia, that the Relators had failed to plead falsity
because the Massachusetts regulations at issue did not state that they were conditions of payment but were instead conditions of participation.
In early 13th century, linguistic problems typically arose from the encounter of the Aristotelian Organon with other linguistic traditions, notable with Boethius' logical corpus and Priscian's grammar, says Mora-M[sz]rquez, and most of the problems revolved around the role significatio plays in the institution of linguistic signs, the grammaticality of sentences, and the truth or falsity
of assertions as well as in the question of linguistic communication.
Deputy Finance Minister for Tax Policies, Amr Ibrahim El-Monayer, stressed the falsity
of the rumours spread across the internet about a tax bill under the value-added tax (VAT) that taxes personal accounts on websites such as Facebook, Yahoo, and Instagram.
In that case, the insured argued that the district court had misapplied the law in finding the "Knowledge of Falsity
" exclusion had been triggered on the pleadings alone:
Pritchard argues that knowledge is indeed closed under competent deduction yielding new belief, but that this does not imply that a knowledgeable agent should be able to gain knowledge of the falsity
of skeptical hypotheses involving massive deception (for example, the falsity
of BIV hypotheses) by inference from everyday beliefs (that you are manipulating the keyboard with your hand).
She told the students that the Holy Prophet Mohammad (Peace Be Upon Him) strongly disliked the falsity
because it bound to create anarchy in the society.
He said: "These attacks revealed the falsity
of taking religions as a pretext to commit the most heinous crimes against innocents.
New York Times columnist Bret Stephens even recalled the utter falsity
of his newspaper's Walter Duranty, who, in his reports from Moscow, denied the massive forced famine in the 1930s that killed millions in the Ukraine.
Scarcity and Decision Reversibility High decision reversibility Control Scarcity in quantity Scarcity in time Purchase intent 3.36 4.84 4.76 (1.99) (2.51) (2.36) Willingness to pay ($) 39.80 62.47 57.20 (24.47) (35.08) (28.54) Falsity
inference 3.94 4.54 4.98 (1.46) (1.96) (2.25) Low decision reversibility Control Scarcity in quantity Scarcity in time Purchase intent 3.40 3.08 2.96 (2.06) (1.89) (1.67) Willingness to pay ($) 40.59 37.20 35.28 (29.30) (24.15) (28.23) Falsity
inference 3.50 6.60 6.78 (1.55) (1.79) (1.73) Note.
The Seventh Division sided with Maceran's position in his November 16, 2016 ruling that the prosecution failed to prove beyond reasonable doubt the "absolute falsity
" of Millares' SALNs.
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