Truth in Virtue of Meaning A Defence of the Analytic/Synthetic Distinction


The distinction between analytic and synthetic sentences--the idea that some sentences are true or false just in virtue of what they mean--is a famous focus of philosophical controversy. Gillian Russell reinvigorates the debate with a challenging new defence of the distinction, showing that it is compatible with semantic externalism.

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