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Correspondence Theory of Truth - Hindu and Buddhist Conceptions
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Customer Name Teacher Name Philosophy 13th December, 2011 Correspondence Theory of Truth – Hindu and Buddhist Conceptions The correspondence theory of truth lies under the topic of philosophy. Many philosophers and scientists like Aristotle, Thomas Aqinas, Plato, Russel and Moore have given their views on the basis of their own understanding of truth.
The research continued later in the 20th century and new formulations and facts were evaluated. According to the theory, “a belief is considered to be true, if it reacts to a certain related or associated complex, and it is not considered to be true if it doesn’t”.[Russle] Further it is explained that it’s not a mind which creates the truth or falsehood. A mind only has the ability of making the beliefs. This belief can be stated true or false by a fact, and that doesn’t exist in a mind.[informationphilosopher.com] Even after such a clear definition of truth, it is very difficult to determine what is true and what is not. There might be some ways to do it. There is not any particular or accepted rule to do it, because it’s all inside our minds. It cannot show what the reality is. May be its depending on the facts around us. It is clear that this theory is considered as the default theory explaining the truth. In its simplest meanings, it does it well but as we see, there many questions that are not answered by it. May be that is just because it is the first attempt of philosophy to know what the truth is? This gap might have been filled by the theories presented later. Well this is what the theory in its real form states about the truth. ...
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