Expressivist embeddings and minimalist truth

Philosophical Studies 83 (1):29-51 (1996)
This paper is about Truth Minimalism, Norm Expressivism, and the relation between them. In particular, it is about whether Truth Minimalism can help to solve a problem thought to plague Norm Expressivism. To start with, let me explain what I mean by 'Truth Minimalism' and 'Norm Expressivism.'
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DOI 10.1007/BF00372434
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