<epistemology, logic, correspondence, coherence, metaphysics> <evidence, phenomenology, pragmatism, theology> a property of statements, thoughts, or judgments. According to correspondence theories, a statement (e.g.) is true if it corresponds to the facts, and false if it doesn't. (See Universals, below, for further explanation.) According to coherence theories, the truth of thoughts (e.g.) consists in their coherence with other thoughts.
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