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    DEFLATIONARY TRUTH: CONSERVATIVITY OR LOGICALITY?Henri Galinon - 2015 - Philosophical Quarterly 65 (259):268-274.
    It has been argued in the literature that the deflationists’ thesis about the dispensability of truth as an explanatory notion forces them to adopt a conservative theory of truth. I suggest that the deflationists’ claim that the notion of truth is akin to a logical notion should be taken more seriously. This claim casts some doubts on the adequacy of the conservativity requirement, while it also calls for further investigation to assess its philosophical plausibility.
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  2. Collaborative Computer Simulations in Climate Science.Anouk Barberousse, Henri Galinon & Marion Vorms - unknown
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    A Note on Generalized Functional Completeness in the Realm of Elementrary Logic.Henri Galinon - 2009 - Bulletin of the Section of Logic 38 (1/2):1-9.
    We can think of functional completeness in systems of propositional logic as a form of expressive completeness: while every logical constant in such system expresses a truth-function of finitely many arguments, functional completeness garantees that every truth-function of finitely many arguments can be expressed with the constants in the system. From this point of view, a functionnaly complete system of propositionnal logic can thus be seen as one where no logical constant is missing. Can a similar question be formulated for (...)
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  4. Deflationism and Conservativity: Who Changed the Subject ?Henri Galinon - unknown
    Deflationists about truth hold that truth is not a substantial property. But what counts as a substantial property? We shall be interested in the thesis that the following is a necessary and sufficient condition for the non-substantiality of truth.
     
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    Déflationnisme et conservativité : quelqu'un a-t-il changé de sujet ?Henri Galinon - 2012 - Philosophia Scientiæ 16 (16-3):133-151.
    Nous clarifions et critiquons un argument influent opposé au déflationnisme par [Shapiro 1998b] et [Ketland 1999], fondé sur la non-conservativité des extensions des théories formalisées par des principes aléthiques universellement admis. À cette interprétation anti-déflationniste des phénomènes de non-conservativité, nous en opposons une autre, compatible à la fois avec les faits logiques et les thèses déflationnistes.
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    Déflationnisme et conservativité : quelqu’un a-t-il changé de sujet?Henri Galinon - 2012 - Philosophia Scientae 16:133-151.
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  7. Déflationnisme et conservativité: quelqu’un a-t-il changé de sujet?Henri Galinon - 2012 - Philosophia Scientiae 16 (3):133-151.
    Nous clarifions et critiquons un argument influent opposé au déflationnisme par [Shapiro 1998b] et [Ketland 1999], fondé sur la non-conservativité des extensions des théories formalisées par des principes aléthiques universellement admis. À cette interprétation anti-déflationniste des phénomènes de non-conservativité, nous en opposons une autre, compatible à la fois avec les faits logiques et les thèses déflationnistes.[Shapiro 1998b] and [Ketland 1999] have argued against deflationary views of truth on the ground that an adequate truth-theoretic extension of a theory is a non-conservative (...)
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  8. Les Termes Théoriques, de Carnap À Lewis.Henri Galinon - 2009 - Philonsorbonne 4:1-12.
    This is a short introductory paper to the Ramsey-Carnap method, as introduced by Carnap in his "Philosophical foundations of Physics" (1966) to explain the meaning of theoretical terms.
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    Naturalizing Indispensability: A Rejoinder to ‘The Varieties of Indispensability Arguments’.Henri Galinon - 2016 - Synthese 193 (2).
    In ‘The varieties of indispensability arguments’ Marco Panza and Andrea Sereni argue that, for any clear notion of indispensability, either there is no conclusive argument for the thesis that mathematics is indispensable to science, or the notion of indispensability at hand does not support mathematical realism. In this paper, I shall not object to this main thesis directly. I shall instead try to assess in a naturalistic spirit a family of objections the authors make along the way to the use (...)
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  10. Introduction.José Martínez-Fernández, Henri Galinon, Kentaro Fujimoto & Theodora Achourioti - 2015 - In Kentaro Fujimoto, José Martínez Fernández, Henri Galinon & Theodora Achourioti (eds.), Unifying the Philosophy of Truth. Springer Verlag.
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