Some articles on statement, true statement, true:
... In each round, the player picks a number from one to five, to reveal a statement about California ... The player gains money only when the choice reveals a true statement ... player wins $5,000 for each choice that reveals a true statement ...
... deontic logic implies that !x if and only if x is true, OR !x is unsatisfiable ... In other words, if A requires B, it requires any true statement ... Thus, if at least one statement ought be true, every statement must materially entail it ought be true, and so every true statement ought be true ...
Famous quotes containing the words statement and/or true:
“Children should know there are limits to family finances or they will confuse we cant afford that with they dont want me to have it. The first statement is a realistic and objective assessment of a situation, while the other carries an emotional message.”
—Jean Ross Peterson (20th century)
“Who would true Valour see,
Let him come hither;”
—John Bunyan (16281688)