Truth, states of affairs, and aspects. Roman Ingarden's ontology of truth and its interpretations

Diametros:107-131 (2009)

Konrad Werner
University of Warsaw
The article consists of three parts. The first is an outline of Roman Ingarden’s semantics, including the theory of the act of judging, the theory of semantic content, and his definition of truth. Ingarden developed his intuition about truth in two different ways. I emphasize this difference. In the second part I present a formal interpretation of Ingarden’s definition developed by Andrzej Biłat. In the third part I try to formulate my own interpretation using the category of aspect
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