Irrelevance Comes Before Truth

The question of relevance comes before that of truth, because to ask whether a statement is true or false presupposes that it is relevant (so that to try to assert the truth or falsity of an irrelevant statement is a form of confusion)...


Because if irrelevant, than neither true nor false.

Folksonomies: truth relevance

/religion and spirituality/atheism and agnosticism (0.638351)
/religion and spirituality (0.593225)
/science/medicine/genetics (0.137970)

truth (0.920160 (negative:-0.412503)), irrelevant statement (0.914494 (negative:-0.382394)), Irrelevance (0.750685 (negative:-0.627087)), falsity (0.664556 (negative:-0.382394)), relevance (0.618839 (negative:-0.228029)), confusion (0.602972 (negative:-0.382394)), question (0.590174 (negative:-0.228029)), form (0.518932 (negative:-0.382394))

Logic (0.947149): dbpedia | freebase | opencyc
Critical thinking (0.819717): dbpedia | freebase | opencyc | yago
Relevance (0.710220): dbpedia | freebase | opencyc

 Wholeness and the implicate order
Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Bohm , David (2002), Wholeness and the implicate order, Psychology Press, Retrieved on 2012-01-18
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