On Truth and the Representation of Reality: A Collection of Inquiries from a Pragmatist Point of View

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University Press of America, 2002 - 465 עמודים
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In On Truth and the Representation of Reality, Dan Nesher develops a new theory of truth in the framework of pragmatist theory of representation. Using the pragmatist theory of perception for the basis of his epistemological explanation of our confrontation with external Reality and how it's represented, Nesher shows that in our perceptual operations we quasi-prove the truth of our perceptual judgments. He explains how- through our proving the truth of our propositions and theories, we know that they correspond to Reality, and through our proving their falsity, we know that they don't correspond to it.

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Dan Nesher teaches Philosophy at the University of Haifa, Israel, and was a Visiting Scholar at several universities including Harvard University, Indiana University at Bloomington, and University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. He has written articles on Philosophy of Language, Theory of Knowledge and Theories of Meaning and Truth

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