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articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. A
consensus theory of truth is any theory of truth that refers to a
concept of consensus as a part of its concept of truth. An ancient
criterion of truth, the consensus gentium, states "that which is
universal among men carries the weight of truth." A number of
consensus theories of truth are based on variations of this
principle. In some criteria the notion of universal consent is
taken strictly, while others qualify the terms of consensus in
various ways. There are versions of consensus theory in which the
specific population weighing in on a given question, the proportion
of the population required for consent, and the period of time
needed to declare consensus vary from the classical norm.
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