It counts 53 verified signatories, including Full Fact.
Global pluralism is pluralism about every type of fact or description.
The lesson is that being rigorous and systematic in producing a fact does not make that fact absolute.
“The remain campaign featured fact, fact, fact, fact, fact.
Full Fact takes the extra step of requesting official corrections.
Suppose that no physical fact involves a thing with intentional inexistence.
No fact is relevant in itself; it is relevant only in relation to another fact.
The fact that there is an explosion explains the fact that Sam’s head turns (causal explanation).
On one of them, the predicate is rigid (necessarily, if something is a fact, then it cannot fail to be a fact).
Call the former fact ‘picket’, the latter fact ‘strike’, and the fact that picket grounds strike ‘ground’.
There was something that made him stand out from other fact checkers, simply by the fact that he had communicated with him.
But if the cultural and sometimes historical fact of race is neither a biological nor a spiritual fact, what sort of fact is it?
But what the identity theory requires is not that a true proposition be identical with some fact or other, it is that it be identical with the right fact. (1999b: 203)
"It's reflecting the fact we're getting our information from a million other sources that might not be fact-checked, and that there's value in that work as a standalone."
In fact, unless we read a lot into “stating”, it is not enough even to distinguish assertion from other acts that concern facts, or states of affairs, such expressing a wish that a fact obtains.
No Law, made after a Fact done, can make it a Crime: because if the Fact be against the Law of Nature, the Law was before the Fact; and a Positive Law cannot be taken notice of, before it be made; and therefore cannot be Obligatory.
The company said it will tell third-party fact-checkers that politicians' speech in sponsored content can't be fact-checked, but that if the content is the voice of the independent creator or influencer, that speech would be eligible for fact-checking.
Alexios Mantzarlis, director at the International Fact-Checking Network – the body that accredits fact-checking agencies – told us that an individual fact checker might be able to complete “between 20 and 100 individual fact checks” per month.
The fact that there are subways in Boston would still have gone on being the same fact in worlds where Boston has no subways, namely the fact that there are subways in Boston; it is just that in those worlds this fact would not have been a fact.
The suggested analysis of our definite descriptions may be motivated by the assumption that “the fact that Sam is sad” is derived by nominalising “It is a fact that Sam is sad” and the assumption that in the latter sentence “It is a fact” takes “that Sam is sad” to make a sentence.
- a piece of information about circumstances that exist or events that have occurred
Example: first you must collect all the facts of the case
- a statement or assertion of verified information about something that is the case or has happened
Example: he supported his argument with an impressive array of facts
- an event known to have happened or something known to have existed
Example: your fears have no basis in fact
- a concept whose truth can be proved
Example: scientific hypotheses are not facts
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