<philsophical terminology> belief that it is always logically superfluous to claim that a proposition is true, since this claim adds nothing further to a simple affirmation of the proposition itself. "It is true that I am bald" means the same thing as "I am bald". Recommended Reading: Theories of Truth, ed. by Paul Horwich (Dartmouth, 1994) and Richard L. Kirkham, Theories of Truth: A Critical Introduction (Bradford, 1995).
[A Dictionary of Philosophical Terms and Names]
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