Quote: semantic conception of truth--"X is true iff p" where X is the name of sentence p and p is a true sentence of the language

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semantic truth; s iff p

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It seems clear that if we base ourselves … ["snow is white"] is true if snow is white, and that it is … [p. 50], [or more generally] the following equivalence holds: (T) X … by any sentence of the language to which … the form (T)." … we wish to use the term "true" in … call a definition of truth "adequate" if all … [p.51] I should like to propose the name …   Google-1   Google-2

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