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A Prosentential Theory of Truth


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Preface1Introductory Essay31. On "the Nature of Truth"42The Prosentential Theory - Review and Reflections153Implications for Some Other Theories of Truth274Final Reflections442Propositional Quantifiers46A Preview461Introduction472A Language in Which Sentences Are the Substituends of Propositional Variables483A Language in Which Propositional Terms Are the Substituends of Propositional Term Variables634Summary683A Prosentential Theory of Truth701Ramsey712Prosentential Theory: Exposition803Prosentential Theory: Objections974Consequences and Applications1054Inheritors and Paradox1211Grounded Pronouns1242Inheritors1253Ungrounded Inheritors1264Grounded Prosentences1275Sentential Inheritors1276Ungrounded Inheritors1287Paradoxes1298Generalized Versions of the Liar1299Grounded/Ungrounded13110A Cause of "Paradox"13211A Strengthened Version of the Liar13312Semantic and Logical Paradoxes1365Prosentences and Propositional Quantification: A Response to Zimmerman1371Prosentences1382Propositional Quantification1403Irredundant Uses of 'True'1436Truth1461Two Sources of Scepticism1522Extensions for 'True' and 'False'1553Would a Property-Ascribing 'True' Be Useful?1564Review1645Propositional Quantification in English1677Truth: Do We Need It?1731Problems of Expressibility1742Is Truth a Property?1753The Prosentential Theory1784A Bit of Characterizing1815Meaning and Truth1856Logic and Truth1897On 'Neither True nor False'1938Properties Reconsidered2048Berry's Paradox2071Inheritors2082Berry's Paradox2113Variations on Berry2139On Two Deflationary Truth Theories215A Preview2161The Disquotational Theory2162The Prosentential Theory2183Generalization - A Comparison2224Metalinguistic Uses of the Truth Predicate2255Disquotation with Prosentences2306Summary23310Propositional Quantification and Quotation Contexts2341Introduction2342Grammar2353Hierarchies2364Semantics2385Discussion24211Quantifying in and out of Quotes2441Logic as an Organon24420[subscript 2] and M[subscript 2] Completely Separate24930[subscript 3] a Proper Part of M[subscript 3]26040[subscript]4 and M[subscript 4] Overlap275Bibliography277Index285

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