In From Truth to Reality: New Essays in Logic and Metaphysics. Routledge (2009)
Questions about the nature of truth are as old as philosophy itself. What is truth? On the one hand, it seems obvious that it is something that applies to the things we think and say. Many of our beliefs about the world, and sentences describing it are true. On the other hand, it seems intimately connected with the world we think and speak about, for it is in virtue of the way the world is that our sentences and beliefs about it are true. This book explores the notions of truth, reality, and the many connections between them.
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