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Redundant truth

Ratio 5 (1):24-37 (1992)
Abstract
A strong and weak version of the redundancy theory of truth are distinguished. An argument put forth by Michael Dummett concludes that the weak version is vitiated by truth-value gaps. The weak version is defended against this argument. The strong version, however, is vitiated by truth-value gaps.
Keywords Dummett  truth  redundancy theory of truth
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