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By Julian Dodd

In this e-book, Dodd explains that correspondence theories of fact fail as the relation among real idea and truth is id, now not correspondence. evidence are usually not complexes of worldly entities which make ideas actual; they're purely real options. The ensuing modest identification theory makes it possible for a defensible deflation of the concept that of truth.

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