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  1. Much has been said here about the impossibility of getting such a statement, but in my opinion there are two ways to approach this question.

    First , is there a statement that, without sinning against intellectual honesty, anyone will be forced to accept as true? Such a statement, to be recognized as incorrect, it will be necessary to take impossible positions?

    Descartes did this, and I personally believe that the cogito ergo sum is a real gem of thought. I haven't seen any convincing attempts to break down its self-evidence. The value of this formula also lies in the fact that several more consequences can be extracted from it – about the existence of a source of sensations, for example. I do not know if there is a moon, but I know that there is something that causes the moon to appear in my perception.

    The second method is simpler – we can consider the conclusion about the consistency of the entire utterance system (including the attitudes from which it is made) to be true. Peano's axiomatics is not absolutely true, but it is true that in Peano's axiomatics 2+2=4. My answer is not absolutely correct, but it is true that you are reading it now.

  2. Such inferences do not exist, because at least we need to first determine what the truth is and whether it exists. Meanwhile, the definition of the above is based on unsubstantiated assumptions such as that, for example, there is an objective reality or that everything in this world obeys certain laws (first of all, the laws of logic).

    But even this statement of mine, let us not forget, is not absolutely true (nor is it absolutely true that it is not).

    In other words, we cannot determine the absolute truth of something, because to do this, we must determine the truth of the unproven premises on which the statement is based, which is impossible to do.

  3. If unconditionality means non-doubt (if correctly understood) and truth.
    Cōgitō – �ergō sum.
    Cōgitō.
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    Sum.

    In general, any proven formulas of akiomatic theories, if it is limited to truth, free from reliance, in the end, on incomplete induction.

  4. This phrase is true.

    There is a man on Earth who, when he drinks, everyone drinks.

    The chances of democracy are better where there is a demand for it.

    If you got to this phrase, it means that you can read, or some intelligent or semi-intelligent being or device read you this answer.

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