Analysis 58 (3):221–228 (1998)
Some ideas gain currency as soon as there is a linguistic medium of exchange. Truth is one such. Its role in our intellectual economy is much like that of money in the real one. Canonical warrants to make assertions are like gold bars. Truth-claims are like paper money: promises to produce gold bars on demand.
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