Review of "Conceptions of Truth" by Wolfgang Künne [Book Review]

Philosophical Review 114 (1):136-138 (2005)
This review mostly discusses Künne's positive proposal about truth, his Modest Account. In particular, I discuss propositional quantification, which is required for Künne's formulation of the Modest Account, and under what conditions this kind of quantification is acceptable. I argue that it requires a view of propositions which he rejects,
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DOI 10.1215/00318108-114-1-136
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