ABSTRACT: There is a salient boundary as well as a feeble relationship between reality and truth even though the two notions may not quite be the same. The fact that the two are commonly used interchangeably prompts a philosophical discourse on whether or not the two concepts are exactly the same. For common day to day usage, it assumed that what is real must also truthfully exist. We must however grant that even if we were to philosophically demonstrate the difference between truth and reality, we must grant that reality as the vague foundation or even a prima facie determinant of truth. This is the case because, anything that we eventually
come to proclaim to be true, designates the nature and intrinsic status of what is real.
KEYWORDS: Concept, Fact, Doubt, Reality, Truth,