So truth is safe from paradox: Now what? [Book Review]

Philosophical Studies 147 (3):445 - 455 (2010)
Abstract
The article is part of a symposium on Hartry Field’s “Saving truth from paradox”. The book is one of the most significant intellectual achievements of the past decades, but it is not clear what, exactly, it accomplishes. I explore some alternatives, relating the developed view to the intuitive, pre-theoretic notion of truth.
Keywords Hartry Field  Truth  Paradox  Logic  The Liar  Revision
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Hartry Field (2009). Pluralism in Logic. Review of Symbolic Logic 2 (2):342-359.

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