# Directory:Jon Awbrey/TIL

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Jump to navigationJump to searchTruth In Labeling 1. When we say "P states a Q-theory of R", then Q should be a term that P uses in stating said theory of R. 2. When we say "P maintains a Q-theory of R", then Q should be a term that P actually uses, characteristically and as a matter of principle, in maintaining P's theory of R. 3. When we want to report the fact that source S describes P's theory of R as a T-theory of R, then we should say "S describes P's theory of R as a T-theory of R".