en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Truth_value

In logic and mathematics, a **truth value**, sometimes called a logical value, is a
value indicating ... Indeed, one **can** prove that they **have** no third **truth value**, a
result dating back to Glivenko in 1928. Instead, statements simply remain of
unknown ...

www.loyno.edu/~folse/state2.html

Only those **sentences** which **have** a **meaning** which **can** be said to be "true" or ... (
Note that having **truth value** is identified with being either true or false, not with ...

www.loyno.edu/~folse/typesofstatements.html

Statement (proposition): the **meaning** intended by any **sentence** which **can** be
said ... All statements (by **definition** of "statements") **have truth value**; we are often
...

plato.stanford.edu/entries/truth-values

Mar 30, 2010 **...** **Truth values** as objects and referents of **sentences** .... **Truth values** evidently **have**
something **to do** with a general concept of truth. Therefore it ...

www.math.csusb.edu/notes/logic/lognot/node1.html

A statement is an assertion that **can** be determined to be true or false. ... For
example, the statement ``2 + 3 = 5'' **has truth value** T. Statements that involve one
... Thus, the logical statement ``It is raining or the sun is shining '' **means** it is
raining, ...

math.stackexchange.com/questions/68318/determining-the-truth-value-of-a-statement

Sep 28, 2011 **...** The **truth value** of a **sentence** is "true" or "false". A **sentence** ... They say, "**What**
**does** the fact that 2 is even **have to do** with New York? Nothing.

philosophy.stackexchange.com/questions/36611/can-a-sentence-without-a-truth-value-be-true

Jul 15, 2016 **...** Something is true if it **has** been a fact in a time- and space-frame. ... that **do** not
compute, for example, a computer programme that crashed.

www.rit.edu/cla/philosophy/quine/analytic_synthetic.html

Analytic **sentences** are true by **definition**, and are generally self-explanatory. ...
They **do** not give meaningful information about the world. ... logic and the
**meaning** of language for their **truth**-**value**, no philosopher **has** been able to give a
criterion ...

www.phil.cmu.edu/projects/logicandproofs/alpha/htmltest/m03_semantics/translated_chapter3.html

Obviously, if our formula is an atomic **sentence**, all we need **to do** is to see what
**truth**-**value** it **has** been assigned in order to determine what its **truth**-**value** is on ...