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“Does the Disquotational Theory Really Solve All Philosophical Problems?” Metaphilosophy 22.1-2 (January-April 1991): 1-13. Repr. as “Does the Disquotational Theory of Truth Solve All Philosophical Problems?” in Words and Life (1994), 264-278.That psychological state does not determine extension will now be shown with the aid of a little science-fiction. For the purpose of the following science-fiction examples, we shall suppose that somewhere in the galaxy there is a planet we shall call Twin Earth
“The French Revolution and the Holocaust: Can Ethics be Ahistorical?” Culture and Modernity: East-West Philosophical Perspectives, ed. Eliot Deutsch (Honmbe by 191–23, loses to Carl Ginet by 64–520. John Searle loses to G.E.M. Anscombe by 191–23, loses to Carl Ginet by 64–5
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