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7206(2) offense contains three elements: (1) the act of aiding or assisting, (2) material falsity and (3) willfulness.
Then the poet is taken to the House of Rumor, inhabited by shipmen, pilgrims, couriers, and other gossips, who increase the falsity of their tidings with each retelling.
Davis Also Will Present Facts Regarding the Falsity of the Claims and New Documentary Evidence Showing Lack of Credibility Behind the Allegations
I am confident before you because I know that truth is on my side, whether on how I have been keeping my promises to you and the people, as well as on the complete falsity of the impeachment charges against me,' Sereno pointed out.
In Neutrosophic logic, each idea is estimated to have the percentage of truth, indeterminacy and falsity.
Faith is not capable of deriving truth from falsity.
Knowledge" in the FCA context means that the provider (or business partner submitting the claims had actual knowledge of the claim's falsity; or acted with deliberate ignorance of the claim's truth or falsity; or acted with reckless disregard of the claim's truth or falsity.
Since Descartes provides no account of material truth, (6) I begin by extrapolating an account of material truth by examining Descartes's discussions of material falsity.
Employing Descartes' distinction between 'ideas taken materially' (as operations of the intellect) and 'ideas taken formally' (as the objects represented by those intellectual operations), Naaman-Zauderer argues that truth and falsity apply to ideas taken formally or objectively (as contents) while clarity and distinctness as well as material falsity apply to ideas taken materially (as acts of the mind).
The text focuses on helping students develop skills for interpreting statements and arguments, determining the truth or falsity of different types of statements, and assessing different types of inferences.
Knowledge of its falsity or reckless disregard of its truth or falsity
The McCanns' statement read: "We are pleased that Express Newspapers have today admitted the utter falsity of the numerous grotesque and grossly defamatory allegations that their titles published about us on a sustained basis over many months.
They said: "We are pleased Express Newspapers have admitted the utter falsity of the numerous grotesque and grossly defamatory allegations their titles published about us.
Even a dedicated modern-day evolutionist, Harvard paleontologist Stephen Jay Gould, acknowledged the falsity of that widespread cinema propaganda.
TOLSTOY once observed: ``I know that most men, including those at ease with problems of the greatest complexity, can seldom accept even the simplest and obvious truth if it be such as would oblige them to admit the falsity of conclusions which they have delighted in explaining to colleagues, which they have proudly taught to others, and which they have woven, thread by thread, into the fabric of their lives.