Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities.
Truth isn’t.

— Mark Twain

All truth passes through 3 stages.
First, it is ridiculed.
Second, it is violently opposed.
Third, it is accepted
as being self-evident.

— Arthur Schopenhauer

Men stumble over the truth
from time to time,
but most pick themselves up
and hurry off as if nothing happened.

— Winston Churchill

Truth is eternal,
knowledge is changeable.
It is disastrous to confuse them.

— Madeleine L’Engle

All great truths begin as blasphemies.

— George Bernard Shaw

As a general rule,
if you want to get at the truth
— hear both sides
and believe neither.

— Josh Billings

The opposite of a correct statement
is a false statement.
The opposite of a profound truth
may well be another profound truth.

— Niels Bohr

All truths are easy to understand
once they are discovered;
the point is to discover them.

— Galileo Galilei

The only way to discover
the limits of the possible
is to go beyond them
into the impossible.

— Arthur C. Clarke

I never know how much of what I say is true.

— Bette Midler

By doubting we come at truth.

— Cicero

I have one request:
may I never use my reason
against the truth.

— Elie Wiesel

There are no facts,
only interpretations.

— Friedrich Nietzsche

Truth, like gold,
is to be obtained not by its growth,
but by washing away from it
all that is not gold.

— Leo Tolstoy

The facts,
although interesting,
are irrelevant.

— Albert Einstein

There are three kinds of lies:
lies, damned lies, and statistics.

— Benjamin Disraeli

In the spiderweb of facts,
many a truth is strangled.

— Paul Eldridge

He who jumps to conclusions
falls to their death.

— Mark J. Ottaviani