How to use Truisms in a sentence

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  • De Quincey has said that the book is equally divided between "empty truisms and time-serving Dutch falsehoods."

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  • The description of suffering or pain is, in fact, a string of truisms, quite plain and indisputable until the last clause.

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  • But it was a paradox derived from his unanswerable truisms, " Every one wishes for his own good, and would get it if he could," and " No one would deny that justice and virtue generally are goods, and of all goods the best."

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  • But it is equally common, in relation to particular (putative) examples of virtues to give these truisms up.

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  • I am sorry these simple truisms should excite the hon.

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  • The show reveals some of the more basic truisms of the therapy culture.

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  • The result is that the authors too often fall back upon self-evident truisms to structure their work.

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  • One of the Tao truisms is, "Be still like a mountain and flow like a great river."

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  • One of the great truisms about sex is that, in many ways, it is funny.

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