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Possible Answers: FACT, REALITY, VERITY, VERACITY.
Last seen on: –LA Times Crossword 24 Dec 19, Tuesday
Random information on the term “FACT”:
The Civic Action Front of Chad (French: Front d’action civique du Tchad, FACT) was a short-lived political alliance in Chad.
FACT was formed as an alliance of the Chadian Progressive Party and the Independent Socialist Party of Chad, and was initially named the “Front for the Defence of Civic Rights”, but was renamed as the Civic Action Front on 19 May, just eleven days before the 1952 Territorial Assembly elections. The alliance put up electoral lists in five of the ten second college constituencies, winning six of the 30 seats, with the remaining 24 won by the Chadian Democratic Union.
Random information on the term “REALITY”:
Philosophical presentism is the view that neither the future nor the past exist. In some versions of presentism, this view is extended to timeless objects or ideas (such as numbers). According to presentism, events and entities that are wholly past or wholly future do not exist at all. Presentism contrasts with eternalism and the growing block theory of time which hold that past events, like the Battle of Waterloo, and past entities, like Alexander the Great’s warhorse Bucephalus, really do exist, although not in the present. Eternalism extends to future events as well.
Saint Augustine proposed that the present is analogous to a knife edge placed exactly between the perceived past and the imaginary future and does not include the concept of time. This should be self-evident because, if the present is extended, it must have separate parts – but these must be simultaneous if they are truly a part of the present. According to early philosophers, time cannot be simultaneously past and present and hence not extended. Contrary to Saint Augustine, some philosophers propose that conscious experience is extended in time. For instance, William James said that time is “the short duration of which we are immediately and incessantly sensible”. Other early presentist philosophers include the Indian Buddhist tradition. Fyodor Shcherbatskoy, a leading scholar of the modern era on Buddhist philosophy, has written extensively on Buddhist presentism: “Everything past is unreal, everything future is unreal, everything imagined, absent, mental… is unreal. Ultimately, real is only the present moment of physical efficiency [i.e., causation].”