Every Truth Must Be True

In this article I examine the so called principle of identity, originally formulated by Aristotle, showing it applies to falsehoods only as truths -- or true falsehoods -- hence that self-identity regards only truths -- of either true falsehoods or simple truths.
Keywords Identity  Falsehood  Contradiction  Truth  Possibility  Actuality  Being
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