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Boldachev Alexander (St.Petersburg, Russia)
Many-Worlds Theory of Truth
Studia Humana, 2012, vol. 1(1), s. 3-9, bibliogr. 7 poz.
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Philosophical thought
The logical world is a set of propositions, united by common principles of establishing their truth. The many-worlds theory asserting that the truth of any proposition in any given logical world is always established by comparing it with standard propositions in this world - directly or via the procedure of transferring the truth. Existing theories of truth (correspondence, authoritarian, pragmatic, semantic of Tarski and all other possible) are not theories of truth in the full meaning of the word; they must be considered merely as methods of fixation and generation of true propositions in one or another logical world. (original abstract)
Pełny tekst
  1. Ayer, A.J., Language, Truth and Logic. New York: Dover Publications, 1952.
  2. Benjamin, A. Cornelius, Coherence Theory of Truth [in:] Dagobert D. Runes (ed.), Dictionary of Philosophy, Littlefield, Adams, and Company, Totowa, NJ, 1962.
  3. Bertrand Russell, The Problems of Philosophy, Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1912.
  4. Ernst von Glasersfeld, Radical constructivism: A way of knowing and learning, 1995.
  5. Habermas, Jürgen, Truth and Justification, Barbara Fultner (trans.), MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2003.
  6. Peirce, C.S., Truth and Falsity and Error (in part), pp. 718-720 in J.M. Baldwin (ed.), Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology, vol. 2. Reprinted, 1901, CP 5.565-573.
  7. Tarski, A., "The Semantical Concept of Truth and the Foundations of Semantics", Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 4, 1944, pp. 341-375.
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