Back to category: Miscellaneous

Limited version - please login or register to view the entire paper.

What is Truth

What is Truth?
Truth is what we believe it to be. Just like reality, truth, is something that we can make real by accepting it as a fact. Truth must have some basis of fact in order for it to be true in reality to most believers. (Some people will believe anything)
If we use our senses such as, if it smells like an orange, looks like an orange, and taste like an orange then in truth it must be an orange. But if a person who has never seen, tasted, or smelled an orange then they may have doubts that it is truly an orange.
For some people to say something is the truth they only need a very few facts, for others if they don’t want to except the truth of something then all the facts in the world is not going to make it a truth to that person.
In the end truth is really what we make it to be in our own minds. For example:
· Fact: Something crashed near a place called Area 51
· Fact: It was found by the owner of the land, who told the local police ...

Posted by: Alexander Bartfield

Limited version - please login or register to view the entire paper.