Truthmaking, ontological cheats, and ockham's razor: Response to tallant
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|Abstract||Instead of accepting that truth supervenes on what exist, Tallant seems to accept only that truth supervenes on what there is, was or could be. The principle he appears to admit to endorsing is2.|
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