# Truth Value

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A Truth Value is either the Value True or the Value False.

**Context:**It can be associated with a Logic Statement.**See:**Truth Set, Logic Term, Logic Statement, Binary Logic, Truth Table.

## References

### 2009a

- http://www.philosophy.uncc.edu/mleldrid/logic/logiglos.html
**Truth-value: Every proposition is either true or false. This status is called "truth-value".**

### 2009b

- http://mcckc.edu/longview/ctac/glossary.htm
- Truth-Value : Definition: One of two possible statuses a statement may have, namely "true" or "false". Comment: Never mind how a statement gets its truth-value, but it's got the one it's got, whether you know it or not. The best humans can hope for, in this context, is to discover what truth-value a statement has. A person who knows the truth-value of lots of statements is said to be well-informed.