True Or False Quotes by Errol Morris, J. L. Austin, John Dryden, Charles Spurgeon, Donald Davidson, Barry Long and many others.
I don’t believe that you can talk about a photograph being true or false. I don’t think such a claim has any meaning.
Sentences are not as such either true or false.
Plots, true or false, are necessary things, To raise up commonwealths and ruin kings.
Everywhere there is apathy. Nobody cares whether that which is preached is true or false. A sermon is a sermon whatever the subject; only, the shorter it is, the better.
Nothing in the world, no object or event, would be true or false if there were not thinking creatures.
Truth does not need argument, agreement, theories or beliefs. There is only one test for it and that is to ask yourself ‘Is the statement true or false in my experience?’
Whether this tale be true or false, none can tell, for none were there to witness it themselves.
An agreement is never reached in love. The life of a wife and husband who love each other is never at rest. Whether the marriage is true or false, the marriage portion is the same: elemental discord.
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).
The only question which any wise man can ask himself, and which any honest man will ask himself, is whether a doctrine is true or false.
The statesman cannot govern without stability of belief, true or false.
No Christian can avoid theology. Every Christian has a theology. The issue, then, is not, dowe want to have a theology? That’s a given. The real issue is, do we have a sound theology.? Do we embrace true or false doctrine?
Christianity, Christ, heaven, hell, the judgment, sin, holiness, God,–these, and whether they be true, or false, and our personal relations to them, whether they be right or wrong, are things to know about, not to be doubting or guessing about.
I believe it is an established maxim in morals that he who makes an assertion without knowing whether it is true or false, is guilty of falsehood; and the accidental truth of the assertion, does not justify or excuse him.
True or false, that which is said of men often occupies as important a place in their lives, and above all in their destinies, as that which they do.
What signifies protesting so against flattery when a person speaks well of one, it must either be true or false, you know if true, let us rejoice in his good opinion if he lies, it is a proof at least that he loves more to please me, than to sit s
There are no hard distinctions between what is real and what is unreal, nor between what is true and what is false. A thing is not necessarily either true or false; it can be both true and false.