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-[[Hieronymus Fabricius]][http://www.flickr.com/photos/85009674@N00/3051857766/sizes/l/]+In [[logic]], the semantic '''principle (or law) of bivalence''' states that every declarative sentence expressing a proposition (of a theory under inspection) has exactly one [[truth value]], either [[true]] or [[false]].
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-*[[Dualism]]+==See also==
-*[[Félix Guattari]]+* [[Exclusive disjunction]]
-*[[Gilles Deleuze]]+* [[Degrees of truth]]
-*[[Mind map]]+* [[Anekantavada]]
-*[[Noosphere]]+* [[Extensionality]]
-*[[Principle of bivalence]]+* [[False dilemma]]
-*[[Individuation]]+* [[Fuzzy logic]]
-*[[Holon (philosophy)]]+* [[Logical disjunction]]
-*[[La Borde clinic]]+* [[Logical equality]]
-*[[Schizoanalysis]]+* [[Logical value]]
-*[[Ecosophy]]+* [[Multi-valued logic]]
-*[[Index of philosophy articles (R–Z)]]+* [[Propositional logic]]
-*[[Perspectivism]]+* [[Relativism]]
-*[[Contextualism]]+* [[Supervaluationism]]
-*[[Heterarchy]]+* [[Truthbearer]]
-*[[Cult of the Dead Cow]]+* [[Truthmaker]]
-*[[A Thousand Plateaus]]+* [[Truth-value link]]
-*[[Édouard Glissant]]+* [[Quantum logic]]
-*[[Anti-Oedipus]]+* [[Perspectivism]]
-*[[Difference and Repetition]]+* [[Rhizome (philosophy)]]
-*[[Talk:Anti-Oedipus]]+
-*[[Deterritorialization]]+
-*[[Reterritorialization]]+
-*[[Haecceity]]+
-*[[Anekantavada]]+
-*[[Affect (philosophy)]]+
-*[[Minority (philosophy)]]+
-*[[Body without organs]]+
-*[[Difference (philosophy)]]+
-*[[Desiring-production]]+
-*[[Immanent evaluation]]+
-*[[Multiplicity (philosophy)]]+
-*[[Plane of immanence]]+
-*[[Subjectification]]+
-*[[Arborescent]]+
-*[[Capitalism and Schizophrenia]]+
-*[[Rhizome (disambiguation)]]+
-*[[Ghost in the Shell: S.A.C. Solid State Society]]+
-*[[Rhizome (metaphor) (redirect page)]]+
-*[[Line of flight]]+
-*[[Spinoza: Practical Philosophy]]+
-*[[Social identity complexity]]+
-*[[A New Philosophy of Society: Assemblage Theory and Social Complexity]]+
-*[[Cinema 1: The Movement Image]]+
-*[[Indra's net]]+
-*[[The Logic of Sense]]+
-*[[Beyond Culture]]+
-*[[Nietzsche and Philosophy]]+
-*[[L'Abécédaire de Gilles Deleuze]]+
-*[[Miki Malör]]+
-*[[Hans-Jürgen von Bose]]+
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In logic, the semantic principle (or law) of bivalence states that every declarative sentence expressing a proposition (of a theory under inspection) has exactly one truth value, either true or false.

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