"सत्य" च्या विविध आवृत्यांमधील फरक

५९ बाइट्सची भर घातली ,  १२ वर्षांपूर्वी
Notice that truth never gets defined for sentences like ''This sentence is false'', since it was not in the original subset and does not predicate truth of any sentence in the original or any subsequent set. In Kripke's terms, these are "ungrounded." Since these sentences are never assigned either truth or falsehood even if the process is carried out infinitely, Kripke's theory implies that some sentences are neither true nor false. This contradicts the [[Principle of bivalence]]: every sentence must be either true or false. Since this principle is a key premise in deriving the Liar paradox, the paradox is dissolved.<ref>Kripke, Saul. "Outline of a Theory of Truth", Journal of Philosophy, 72 (1975), 690-716</ref>
==Notable views महत्वपूर्ण दृष्टीकोण==
[[File:Truth.jpg|thumb|120px|''La Vérité'' ("Truth") by [[Jules Joseph Lefebvre]]]]