Truth and contradiction

Philosophical Quarterly 50 (200):305-319 (2000)
Abstract
I argue that there is nothing about truth as such that prevents contradictions from being true. I argue this by considering the main standard accounts of truth, and showing that they are quite compatible with the existence of true contradictions. Indeed, in many cases, they are actually friendly to the idea
Keywords 780199 Other  440107 Metaphysics  Philosophy  C1
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Randolph Clarke (2012). Absence of Action. Philosophical Studies 158 (2):361-376.
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