Excerpt from The Princeton Review: April, 1868
There is, however, a just sense in which the word truth is used subjectively: not for the standard or representation of reality; but for conformity to that standard in word, life, and action, particularly in our communications to others. In this sense we speak of men of truth, meaning men who live and act and speak the truth, especially the latter, i. Veracity.
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