Field’s saving truth from paradox: Some things it doesn’t do

Review of Symbolic Logic 4 (3):339-347 (2011)
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I will discuss Fields Outline of a Theory of Truth. I will point out important properties of Kripkeleast fixed points constructions and theory. I do this not to demean Field’s superb work on truth but rather to suggest that there may be no really satisfactory conditional connective for languages containing their own truth predicates

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Donald A. Martin
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