Definición de truism en inglés:
1A statement that is obviously true and says nothing new or interesting: the truism that you get what you pay for
Más ejemplos en oraciones
- It is a truism to say that humanity is gone out of journalism.
- It is a truism to say that we describe the world through the lens our own experience.
- It is a truism to say that fieldwork is a prerequisite to any sort of research on Neotropical birds.
1.1 Logic A proposition that states nothing beyond what is implied by any of its terms.
Oraciones de ejemplo
- The proof of the Proposition shows that the common truisms are precisely the elements of and unions of elements of, so any commonly known event is the consequence of a common truism.
- No one denies the truism that the dreamer cannot really connect his dream with his waking past, which is one reading of this response.
- Consider, however, the following four truisms about correlation.
- Oraciones de ejemplo
- What I resolutely oppose is an unreflected resentment that offers no prospect for creativity or initiative, and contents itself with truistic descriptions of a necessarily inconsistent world.
- Evidentialism is logically, psychologically, and, no doubt, historically prior to any such system; it is a truistic, pre-theoretic, typically implicit canon of rationality itself.
- More typically, philosophers accept the truistic dictum I articulated above, and then proceed to interpret it in terms that only make sense if the hydraulic conception is implicitly taken for granted.
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