Perspectives, Pluralism, Showing and Saying

Topoi 30 (2):103-111 (2011)
This paper reflects on a number of metaphysical and epistemological aspects of theatrical performance and the theatrical aspects of some philosophical writing. It tries to demonstrate that both philosophy and theater say and show philosophical truths while also giving some evidence for the truth of a pluralist view
Keywords Pluralism  Plato  Wittgenstein  Paul Weiss  Crispin Wright
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