Whatever does not furnish action is false. That action need merely be the minimal reorganization of experience through a new history, a new which shocks the old. This noetic action of the new is learning, and it itself is true in proportion to its own furnishing of action.
No memory can be meaningful except as it portends further remembrance, as it actuates one to remembering anew. The rest of a memory’s truth, therefore, is its stimulation out of the noetic and into the hyletic – out of mind and into matter. Thus, no mere thought or mere truth can be as such without its stimulant function.
“What can I do with this?” This question is the acid in which all basic pseudo-truths are dissolved.