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  1. Richard L. Kirkham (1994). Focusing on Truth. Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 54 (3):728-731.
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  2. Richard L. Kirkham (1993). Tarski's Physicalism. Erkenntnis 38 (3):289-302.
    Hartry Field has argued that Alfred Tarski desired to reduce all semantic concepts to concepts acceptable to physicalism and that Tarski failed to do this. In the two succeeding decades, Field has been charged with being too lenient with Tarski; but it has been almost universally accepted that an objection at least as strong as Field's is telling against Tarski's theory. Close examination of the relevant literature, most of it printed in this journal in the 1930s, reveals that Field's conception (...)
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  3. Richard L. Kirkham (1991). On Paradoxes and a Surprise Exam. Philosophia 21 (1-2):31-51.
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  4. Richard L. Kirkham (1989). What Dummett Says About Truth and Linguistic Competence. Mind 98 (390):207-224.
  5. Richard L. Kirkham (1986). The Two Paradoxes of the Unexpected Examination. Philosophical Studies 49 (1):19 - 26.
    After explaining the philosophical significance of the paradox and explaining what an adequate dissolution must do, i show that the story of the unexpected exam hides within it two distinctly different paradoxes. the first turns on a problem of self-reference, but all previous attempts to dissolve the paradox fail to dissolve the second. i then dissolve it.
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  6. Richard L. Kirkham (1984). Does the Gettier Problem Rest on a Mistake? Mind 93 (372):501-513.
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