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Proceedings of the XXII World Congress of Philosophy

Volume 15, 2008


Peter Loptson
Pages 129-140

Naturalism and Truth

In this paper I want to address themes in what has arguably become, through one or other of its facets, the single largest philosophical topic of our day, one which, possibly because of the ocean of ink which it has generated, has discouraged technically unengaged, or less engaged, arm’s length not-obviously committed expressions of assessment, possibilities of some sort of ecumenical conjunction, and, not least, of surprise, about the debate itself, and at the impasse the literature referred to may be argued to have in fact reached.

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