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  1. Synthetic Evidence and Objective Identity: The Contemporary Significance of Early Husserl's Conception of Truth.Lambert Zuidervaart - 2018 - European Journal of Philosophy 26 (1):122-144.
    This essay explores Edmund Husserl's significance for contemporary truth theory. Focusing on his Logical Investigations, it argues that early Husserl's conception of truth unsettles a common polarity between epistemic and nonepistemic approaches. Unlike contemporary epistemic conceptions of truth, he gives full weight to “truth makers” that have their own being: objective identity, perceptible objects, and states of affairs. Yet, unlike contemporary nonepistemic conceptions, he also insists on the intentional givenness of such truth makers and on the complexity of the experiences (...)
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