Prior’s Theory of Truth

Analysis 47 (2):83-87 (1987)
This paper is a critical exposition of Prior’s theory of truth as expressed by the following truth locutions: (1) ‘it is true that’ prefixed to sentences; (2) ‘true proposition’; (3) true belief’, ‘true assertion’, ‘true statement’, etc.; (4) ‘true sentence’.
Keywords prior  truth  liar paradox
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DOI 10.1093/analys/47.2.83
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