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3. Truth / A. Truth Problems / 7. Falsehood

[how to understand failures to be true]

6 ideas
In the deeper sense of truth, to be untrue resembles being bad; badness is untrue to a thing's nature [Hegel]
Only because there is thought is there untruth [Nietzsche]
To love truth, you must know how to lie [Nietzsche]
Asserting not-p is saying p is false [Russell]
A good theory of truth must make falsehood possible [Russell]
True and false are not symmetrical; false is more complex, involving negation [Williamson]