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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfalsityfal‧si‧ty /ˈfɔːlsəti $ ˈfɒːl-/ noun [uncountable] formal  FALSEthe quality of being false or not true opp truth
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falsityDoes this mean that the semantics of natural language can not deal with truth and falsity?Imagination, according to Feuerbach, is both the engine of religion and the ground of its falsity.Desire to make, he wrote, but physical revulsion at the falsity of all making.The majority of her work is self portraiture; her aesthetic concerns grew from her fascination with the falsity of appearance.The falsity of universal statements can be deduced from suitable singular statements.
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