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... raise and so come nearer to the plain truth than has ever been done before.
But then you have to make up your mind about the relations between truth and art
. xxviii I had my full share of the intellectual's arrogance  THE SUMMING UP.
It does not deal with truth but with effect. That willing suspension of disbelief of
which Coleridge wrote is essential to it. The importance of truth to the dramatist is
that it adds to interest, but to the dramatist truth is only verisimilitude. It is what he
... perhaps I was looking for something that could not be found. It seemed to me
then that if there was in philosophy no universal truth that everyone could accept,
but only a truth that agreed with the personality of the individual, the only thing for
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