Alethic fictionalism, alethic nihilism, and the Liar Paradox


Recently, several philosophers have proposed fictionalist accounts of truthtalk, as a means for resolving the semantic pathology that the Liar Paradox appears to present. These alethic fictionalists aim to vindicate truth-talk as a kind of as if discourse, while rejecting that the talk attributes any real property of truth. Liggins (Analysis 74:566–574… (More)


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