Erkenntnis:1-13 (forthcoming)

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Julien Murzi
University of Salzburg
Lorenzo Rossi
University of Salzburg
Abstract
It is often argued that fully structural theories of truth and related notions are incapable of expressing a nonstratified notion of defectiveness. We argue that recently much-discussed non-contractive theories suffer from the same expressive limitation, provided they identify the defective sentences with the sentences that yield triviality if they are assumed to satisfy structural contraction.
Keywords Liar Paradox  Revenge  Contraction
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DOI 10.1007/s10670-018-0056-y
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