truth claim

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noun Pragmatism.

a hypothesis not yet verified by experience.

Nearby words

  1. trustlessly,
  2. trustor,
  3. trustworthy,
  4. trusty,
  5. truth,
  6. truth drug,
  7. truth is stranger than fiction,
  8. truth or consequences,
  9. truth serum,
  10. truth set

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Examples from the Web for truth claim

  • The correspondence theory, then, does not test the truth-claim of the assertion; it only gives a fresh definition of it.

    Pragmatism|D.L. Murray
  • The intellectualist accounts of truth have all failed to make this vital distinction between 'truth-claim' and validated truth.

    Pragmatism|D.L. Murray
  • Thus, once again, we find that an account of truth-claim is being foisted on us in place of a description of truth-testing.

    Pragmatism|D.L. Murray
  • Initially, then, every judgment is a truth-claim, and this claim is merely formal.

    Pragmatism|D.L. Murray