Truth, Semantics, & Meaning

Applied to Five Reasons to Lie by Dzoldzaya at 19d

Many consider truth as the correspondence between reality and one's beliefs about reality and reality. Within this frame, truth itself is not necessarily limited to one's belief about something. For a statement/ideal/proposed fact to be considered "true," you must take it as its definition. Truth doesn't imply that something has to be proven in order for it to be made true, but that the statement/ideal/proposed fact has to be true all of the time, regardless of one's belief.

suggested change at the first sentence under header "Truth as Correspondence":

"Many consider truth as the correspondence between [+reality] and one's beliefs about reality[- and reality]."

Applied to Notes on Honesty by David Gross at 10mo
Applied to ELK Thought Dump by abramdemski at 1y