So Purity-F is false.
It has low false positive and low false negative rates.
When it comes to the spread of false reality, the same principle applies.
But it is not possible, Descartes contended, that all his beliefs are false, for if he has false beliefs,…
Statements that are truthful may be false.
Whatever is known to be false, is false.
In either case, then, a will be false in the third sense.
Propositions, though structured like facts, can be true or false.
Conversely, if FLiar is false, then the sentence ‘FLiar is false’ is true.
The statement is false just if it comes out false on at least one precisification.
Both are true, but the former could have been false and the latter could not have been false.
Is it only false judgements of identity that are at issue in 187–201, or is it any false judgement?
And if it is false that Socrates says what is false, Socrates does not say what is false.
The platform's community standards on intentionally false news make a distinction for satire: "There is also a fine line between false news and satire or opinion.
DJ Paul Gambaccini warns of a “false allegation crisis” and that the current law encourages “everyone from liars to lunatics to make some false accusations and get in on the action”.
According to PolitiFact, about 35% of the president's statements the site has fact-checked are false, 21% are mostly false, while 14% are 'pants on fire' false — or clear lies.
But fallibilism holds that, typically, our theories are false or very likely to be false, and when shown to be false they are replaced by other false theories.
Furthermore, it is impossible to add a true consequence to a false theory without thereby adding additional false consequences (or subtract a false consequence without subtracting true consequences).
And yet, because the state is overwhelmingly white, Nebraskans often have “a false sense of normalcy, a false sense of peace, a false sense that these things don’t really exist”, says Preston Love Jr, a longtime community activist and adjunct professor in the Black studies department at the University of Nebraska-Omaha.
The obvious consequence of these rules is that, with the sole exception of insolubilia, which are called false not because they signify the false, but because they affirm themselves to be false or not to be true, all the other kinds of proposition are true if and only if what they signify is true, and false if and only if what they signify is false (ibidem, p. 64).
- in a disloyal and faithless manner
- arising from error
Example: a false assumption
- not in accordance with the fact or reality or actuality
Example: gave false testimony under oath
- erroneous and usually accidental
Example: a false start
- deliberately deceptive
Example: false pretenses
- inappropriate to reality or facts
- not genuine or real; being an imitation of the genuine article
- designed to deceive
Example: a suitcase with a false bottom
- inaccurate in pitch
Example: a false (or sour) note
- adopted in order to deceive
- (used especially of persons) not dependable in devotion or affection; unfaithful
Example: a false friend
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The obvious consequence of these rules is that with the sole exception of insolubilia which are called false not because they signify the false but because they affirm themselves to be false or not to be true all the other kinds of proposition are true if and only if what they signify is true and false if and only if what they signify is false ibidem p 64