On what grounds are the three classic laws of thought rendered 'true'? Is there

On what grounds are the three classic laws of thought rendered 'true'? Is there

On what grounds are the three classic laws of thought rendered 'true'? Is there a more fundamental law which enables us to see the law of identity, the law of excluded middle and the law of non-contradiction as true? If not, how can we claim that they are anything more than guidelines for thought?

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