TRUE and TRUTH
Fundamentals (like Truth) can’t be perfectly defined. They must remain at least in part idea, awareness, perception, theory—because they are principles: the source, not product, of definition.
True and Truth are often confused. “I think Bob is stupid” may be true, but the Truth is that Bob may be in fact very smart. True is an adjective, Truth is a noun. Truth is, in fact, an absolute—a first principle—indisputable. Like the Universe—nature itself—everything requires truth to even be (exist) in the first place. (This means that truth must have preceded even the Universe.) True is a mere modifier with an opposite—false. Don’t confuse it with truth. Truth has no opposite, only an absence of itself.
But the concept (of Truth) has to be articulated to some degree so that we can deal