Defending the Correspondence Theory of Truth

Defending the Correspondence Theory of Truth


The correspondence conception of fact is an exact and cutting edge account of ways the reality of a proposition will depend on that proposition's connection to a bit of fact. Joshua Rasmussen refines and defends the correspondence idea of fact, providing new bills of evidence, propositions, and the correspondence among them. With those theories in hand, he then deals unique options to the hardest objections dealing with correspondence theorists. Addressing the matter of humorous proof, Liar Paradoxes, and conventional epistemological questions referring to how our minds can entry fact, he demanding situations fresh objections, and defends what has characteristically been the preferred thought of fact. Written with readability, precision, and sensitivity to a variety of philosophical backgrounds, his ebook will entice complex scholars and students looking a deeper realizing of the connection among fact and truth.

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