Truth, language, and reality: an essay on Donald Davidson’s philosophy of truth



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1 Hegel, G.W.F. (2003) p.3

2 See Rorty (1986) “Pragmatism, Davidson, and Truth”

3 Wright (1987), p.25

4 Particularly, Phaedo 102-104, Symposium 187, Theaetetus 156-168, and Republic 476-480

5 See 12b10-15 & 14b10-20

6 Locke, Essays, Book IV, Chapter V, Section 9.

7 Moore (1953) p.295

8 Russell (1912), p. 75

9 Wittgenstein (1961), Paragraphs 1-2.0121

10 Berkeley, Principles paragraph 28

11 Berkeley, Principles 22-23, Dialogues p.35-36

12 Kant (1934), p.188

13 See Russell (1918)

14 Kant (1885), VII, B.

15 Blanshard (1939), p.232-233

16 Sellars (1997) p.19

17 Davidson (2005a), p.38

18 Rorty (1995), p.**

19 Fogelin Pyrrhonian Reflection on Knowledge and Justification, Stroud The Philosophical Significance of Scepticism, Williams Groundless Beliefs and Unnatural Doubts.

20 Davidson (2001), p. 39

21 Neale (1995), p.777-779

22 For an alternate construction of the argument see Church (1956) p.23.

23 Lewis, (1956), p.53

24 Ibid, p.55

25 Godel (1944), p.128-129

26 See Russell: “On the nature of truth and falsehood”, “The philosophy of logical atomism” and “logical atomism” for Russell’s accounts of belief, relations, universals, and truth in it’s latter stages.

27 Ramsey(1990), p.36

28 Putnam (1981), p.60-64

29 H.H. Joachim (1906), p. 48

30 F.H. Bradley (1907), p. 41

31 Blanshard (1939), p. 265

32 James (1907), p.54

33 Neurath(1983), p. 106

34 See Neurath (1983) & Hempel (1935)

35 The remarks concerning the pragmatism inherent in endorsing one hypothesis over another of Duhem and Quine are one of the factors that are working in the background here.

36 Hempel(1935), p. 53

37 See Dummett (1983).

38 Putnam(1981), p. 55

39 Russell (1912) p.71

40 See Russell (1912) p.71 & (1910) p.155-157

41 Russell (1910) p.157

42 Ibid, p.159

43 Ibid, p.159

44 Blanshard (1939), p.228-232

45 Davidson (1984), p.138

46 Russell (1912) p.71, (1910) p.167-168

47 Blanshard (1939), p. 240-258

48 Russell (1906) p.532

49 Duhem see (1906) La théorie physique, son objet et sa structure, Quine “Two Dogma’s of Empiricism”, and Neurath “Radical Physicalism and the ‘real world’” and “Protocol Statements”

50 Davidson (2001) p.141

51 Sellars (1997) p.75

52 See (1984)“Truth and Meaning” and “True to the Facts” through to (2005b) “Truth Rehabilitated” and “The Folly of Trying to Define Truth”

53 This is “objective” in a deflated unassuming sense meaning “the way things are”, as Davidson has argued against the kind of objectivity inherent in the scheme-content dualism see (1984) “On the Very Idea of a Conceptual Scheme” and (2001) “The Myth of the Subjective”.

54 Grice (1989) p.340

55 See Grice (1989) "Utterer's meaning and intentions", "Meaning" and "Retrospective Epilogue"

56 Davidson (2005a), p.52

57 See “The Semantic Conception of Truth and the Foundations of Semantics”(1944) or “The concept of truth in formalized languages” (1956)

58 Davidson (2005a) p.28

59 Sellars (1997) “Empiricism and the Philosophy of Mind”

60 Brandom (2000) p. 108-109

61 Davidson (1984) p. 24-33, p. 134-139, (1999) p.57, p 88, (2005a) p.54-55

62 Davidson (2001) p.211

63 For a clear explication of this idea see McDowell (1998)

64 Foley and Fumerton (1985) p.83-89

65 Dalmiya (1990) p.86-94

66 See Davidson (1984) p.200-201 (2001) p.150

67 See Breuckner (1991) & (1999)

68 See Rorty (1995) especially p.297-300 and (1997)




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