Truth in dating
Hudson also revealed that she has not seen Pitt, 53, in "like, four years"."It was kind of an awesome rumour," Hudson joked.
Truth (Anglo-Saxon tréow, tryw, truth, preservation of a compact, from a Teutonic base Trau, to believe ) is a relation which holds (1) between the knower and the known -- Logical Truth; (2) between the knower and the outward expression which he gives to his knowledge -- Moral Truth; and (3) between the thing itself, as it exists, and the idea of it, as conceived by God -- Ontological Truth.
Yet, diverse as they are, reality is somehow present to, if not present in consciousness when we think, and somehow by means of thought the nature of reality is revealed.
This being the case, the only term adequate to describe the relation that exists between thought and reality, when our judgments about the latter are true judgments, would seem to be conformity or correspondence.
"Veritas logica est adaequatio intellectus et rei" (Summa, I:21:2).
Whenever truth is predicable of a judgment, that judgment corresponds to, or resembles, the reality, the nature or attributes of which it reveals.
They've become extremely close over the past few weeks, following several secret meet-ups," an alleged source told Women's Day at the time.
And now a report claiming that the Allied star is dating Charlotte Casiraghi has taken the Internet by storm.By its activities it causes in man an idea that is like to the idea embodied in the thing itself. The object about which we judge is reality itself -- either concrete existing things, their attributes, and their relations, or else entities the existence of which is merely conceptual or imaginary, as in drama, poetry, or fiction, but in any case entities which are real in the sense that their being is other than our present thought about them.Hence, things may also be said to be ontologically true in that they are at once the object and the cause of human knowledge. Reality, therefore, is one thing, and the ideas and judgments by means of which we think about reality, another; the one objective, and the other subjective.must correspond with the realities which they signify.As, however, this objective reference or significance of ideas is not recognized or asserted except in the judgment, ideas as such are said to be only "materially" true.