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Bipartite Assertion: A New Account of Assertion, Defined in Terms of Responsibility and Explicit Presentation

@inproceedings{Cull2016BipartiteAA,
  title={Bipartite Assertion: A New Account of Assertion, Defined in Terms of Responsibility and Explicit Presentation},
  author={Matthew J. Cull},
  year={2016}
}
  • Matthew J. Cull
  • Published 2016
  • Psychology
  • Assertion is a speech act that stands at the intersection of the philosophy of language and social epistemology. It is a phenomenon that bears on such wide-ranging topics as testimony, truth, meaning, knowledge and trust. It is thus no surprise that analytic philosophers have devoted innumerable pages to assertion, trying to give the norms that govern it, its role in the transmission of knowledge, and most importantly, what assertion is, or how assertion is to be defined. In this thesis I… CONTINUE READING

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