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truth claim

noun, Pragmatism.
1.
a hypothesis not yet verified by experience.
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  • Belief may even be a condition of the success of the truth claim.

    The Problem of Truth H. Wildon Carr
  • It shows that the good aimed at by a "truth claim" is only attainable by the exercise of the will to believe.

    The Problem of Truth H. Wildon Carr

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