The Multiple-Proposition Approach Reconsidered

Logique Et Analyse 52 (208):423-440 (2009)
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Tadeusz Ciecierski
Warsaw University
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The paper contains a critical analysis of pluripropositionalism (or: multiple proposition approach), the view defended in recent years by authors such as Eros Corazza, Kepa Korta and John Perry.
Keywords content  proposition  pluripropositionalism  multiple-proposition approach  relativism
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