Was amused recently to read (in a fairly daunting exposition of how different parts of the brain get activated under exposure to different language-related stimuli) that truth isn’t a dichotomous variable.
The argument seemed to go: Extreme Position A is known not to be tenable (eg, that there is some specific part of the brain that is devoted to language processing), and Extreme Position B is also known not to be tenable (eg, that all parts of the brain get activated at once, given any kind of stimulus). Our best guess of what really goes on in the brain when listeners are processing language is some combination of these extremes. Therefore, truth is not dichotomous.
Irrelevant to the discussion, and false anyway.