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Truth To say, of a proposition, that it is true, is to say that things are as the proposition says it is. For example, to say that it is true that snow is white is to say that snow is as that proposition says it is, namely white. Another way to put the point: To say that it is true that snow is white is equivalent to saying that snow is white. Unless a statement is speaker-relative, the proposition that it expresses cannot be true for one person but false for another.

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