Williams’ Definition of ‘X is true’

Analysis 30 (3):95-97 (1970)
Abstract
C. J. F, Williams proposed ‘for some p ___ states that p & p’ as a satisfactory analysis of ‘___ is true’. This paper takes issue with this claim.
Keywords C. J. F. Williams  truth
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