Three Norms of Assertibility, or How the Moa became Extinct

Noûs 32 (S12):241 - 254 (1998)
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holds for all central declarative sentences. According to deflationists, the key to an understanding of truth lies in an appreciation of the grammatical advantages of a predicate satisfying DS. As Paul Horwich puts it, “our truth predicate is merely a logical device enabling simple formulations of certain sorts of generalization.” (1996, p. 878; see also Horwich 1990)
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DOI 10.1111/0029-4624.32.s12.11
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