An Attributalistic Theory of Truth
The Attributalistic Theory of Truth defines truth as being absolute, arithmetic, and axiomatic. Truth is consistent universally as it is tied to existence itself. This existence provides a system of reasoning through three innate principles: the Law of Commonality, the Concept of Infinity, which together allow for the Function of Comparability. Truth is metaphysically founded in the attribute of being. This truth is the absolute truth that meets the criteria of being the independent, prevalent element of reality.