● View that truth consists in a relation to reality, i.e. that truth is a relational property
involving a characteristic relation (to be specified) between a proposition and some
portion of reality (to be specified)
A proposition is true, if and only if it corresponds to a fact
1. What are facts?
On one understanding of the word, a fact is simply a true piece of information, i.e., a true
Taken in this way the correspondence theory is trivially true but utterly informative.