Truth and truthfulness attributions

Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society 105 (3):295–320 (2005)
A good reason to have a language containing a truth-predicate is that it makes it possible to formulate 'truthfulness attributions' and that truthfulness attributions are of great help in the transmission of true beliefs, the latter being, of course, a desirable end in itself. I argue that, given a language and a conceptual system more or less like ours, truthfulness attributions cannot be effectively replaced by other kinds of statements
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DOI 10.1111/j.0066-7373.2004.00115.x
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