True may refer to:
- Truth, the state of being in accord with fact or reality
Other articles related to "true":
... Justified true belief is a definition of knowledge that is most frequently credited to Plato and his dialogues ... The concept of justified true belief states that in order to know that a given proposition is true, one must not only believe the relevant true proposition, but ... In more formal terms, a subject S knows that a proposition P is true if and only if P is true S believes that P is true, and S is justified in believing that P is true This theory of ...
... character associated with Jesus) in Old Solar, the true language in the Space Trilogy books by C ... Pi, the characters are looking for the true name of god, which is 216 letters long ... character seeks out the pages of the Grand Grimoire which can be commanded to reveal the true lost name of God ...
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... According to Joyce Carol Oates Accounts of true crime have always been enormously popular among readers ... The most famous chronicler of true crime trials in English history is the amateur criminologist William Roughead, a Scots lawyer who between 1889 and 1949 attended ... Roughead's influence was enormous, and since his time "true crime" has become a crowded, flourishing field, though few writers of distinction have been drawn to ...
... Prominent true crime accounts include Helter Skelter by lead Manson family prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi and Curt Gentry Ann Rule's The Stranger Beside Me ... An example of such a modern true crime book is Mark Coakley's Tip and Trade How Two Lawyers Made Millions from Insider Trading ... Although true crime books often center on sensational, shocking, or strange events, a secondary part of their appeal is social realism, which describes ...
Famous quotes containing the word true:
“The true critic is a scrupulous avoider of formulae; he refrains from statements which pretend to be literally true; he finds fact nowhere and approximation always.”
—T.S. (Thomas Stearns)
“That one true heart was left behind!
What feeling do we ever find
To equal among human kind
A dogs fidelity!”
—Thomas Hardy (18401928)
“Shes noble born,
And like her true nobility she has
Carried herself towards me.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)