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This article is about the Greek goddess of truth. For other uses, see Aletheia (disambiguation).
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The word Aletheia (Ancient Greek: ἀλήθεια) is the Greek and Ancient Greek word for truth. Parmenides, among other Greek philosophers, used the term to personify truth. Aletheia was known to the Romans as Veritas.
- Aletheia and Other Terms for Truth in Ancient Greek Origins and developments of the concept of Truth (From the Greek "Aletheia" to the Latin "Veritas")
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