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  • Coherence Theory of Truth - The truth of any (true) proposition consists in its coherence with some specified set of propositions. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by James O. Young.
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  • Correspondence Theory of Truth - The thesis that propositions are made true in virtue of corresponding to facts; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by Marian David.
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  • Deflationary Theory of Truth - According to the deflationary theory of truth, to assert that a statement is true is just to assert the statement itself. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Daniel Stoljar.
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  • The Diamond Theory of Truth - Trudeau, in The Non-Euclidean Revolution, argued for his "Story Theory of truth" as opposed to the traditional "Diamond Theory of truth". This site defends Plato and diamond theory against postmodernists and story theory.
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  • Identity Theory of Truth - When a truth-bearer (e.g. a proposition) is true, there is a truth-maker (e.g. a fact) with which it is identical and the truth of the former consists in its identity with the latter. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Stewart Candlish.
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  • In Spite of Davidson's Arguments for `The Folly of Trying to Define Truth', Truth Can Be Defined - Article by Dan Nesher presented at the 20th World Congress of Philosophy.
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  • Is Truth Objective or Subjective? - An article that examines the nature of truth. Is truth objective or subjective? Can it be both?
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  • On the Truth Process - An open lecture by Alain Badiou held in August 2002 at the European Graduate School discussing truth, friendship, and the relationship between philosophy and poetry.
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  • Revision Theory of Truth - Theory developed in an attempt to analyze paradoxes such as the liar paradox that appear to show that common-sense beliefs about truth are inconsistent. From the Stanford Encyclopedia, by Eric M. Hammer.
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  • The Semantical Conception of Truth - Online text of Tarski's 1944 article.
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  • Truthlikeness - Discussion of notion of verisimilitude, closeness to truth; from the Stanford Encyclopedia by Graham Oddie.
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