Error

Topoi 31 (1):87-92 (2012)
Abstract
The possibility of error is related to the existence a norm. Connections are spelled out to the notion of infallibility and to that of a modifying predicate, to traditional truth theories in connection with “truth of things”, as well as the primacy of the negative cases, for instance “ false friend”
Keywords Error  Norm  Infallibility  Modifying predicate
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DOI 10.1007/s11245-011-9109-4
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