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According to one theory, the (extensional) identity theory, the proposition [S is P] is true when the supposition of both terms is the same, that is, when both terms stand for the same entity. Thus, for instance, the predication [Sortes is a man] is true when [Sortes] and [man] both supposit for the same entity, namely Socrates. The main rival of the identity theory of truth is the (intensional) inherence theory. According to it, the proposition [Sortes is a man] is true when humanity, the property of being a man ‘inheres’ in (is contained in) the nature of what Sortes stands for, namely, Socrates.
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