A Kripkean Approach to Unknowability and Truth

Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic 39 (3):389-405 (1998)
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We consider a language containing partial predicates for subjective knowability and truth. For this language, inductive hierarchy rules are proposed which build up the extension and anti-extension of these partial predicates in stages. The logical interaction between the extension of the truth predicate and the anti-extension of the knowability predicate is investigated
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