Problems of Deflationism

In Tuomo Aho Ahti-Veikko Pietarinen (ed.), Acta Philosophica Fennica. 175 (2006)
truth. However, it is not always altogether clear exactly what the essence of deflationism is — what theses are constitutive for it. Accordingly, one may distinguish at least four different issues that have been presented, together or separately, as the defining characteristics of deflationism (cf. Halbach 2001): (I) Truth is not a property, or, at least, not a genuine or substantial property. (2) T-sentences govern the meaning of the truth predicate and thus..
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