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MODAL MODELS FOR BRADWARDINE'S THEORY OF TRUTH

  • GREG RESTALL (a1)
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Stephen Read (2002, 2006) has recently discussed Bradwardine's theory of truth and defended it as an appropriate way to treat paradoxes such as the liar. In this paper, I discuss Read's formalisation of Bradwardine's theory of truth and provide a class of models for this theory. The models facilitate comparison of Bradwardine's theory with contemporary theories of truth.

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*PHILOSOPHY DEPARTMENT THE UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE MELBOURNE, VICTORIA 3010, AUSTRALIA E-mail:restall@unimelb.edu.au
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The Review of Symbolic Logic
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