Revising the Logic of Logical Revision

@inproceedings{Salerno2000RevisingTL,
  title={Revising the Logic of Logical Revision},
  author={J. Salerno},
  year={2000}
}
Michael Dummett’s realism debate is a semantic dispute about the kind of truth conditions had by a given class of sentences. According to his semantic realist, the truth conditions are potentially verification-transcendent in that they may obtain (or not) despite the fact that we may be forever unable to recognize whether they obtain. According to Dummett’s semantic anti-realist, the truth conditions are of a different sort. Essentially, for the anti-realist, that the truth conditions obtain… CONTINUE READING

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