Australasian Journal of Philosophy 71 (2):184 – 195 (1993)

Steven L. Reynolds
Arizona State University
An attempt to defend Davidson's omniscient interpreter argument against various attempts to show that it does not succeed in showing that most of our beliefs must be true. It doesn't argue that this is a good answer to skepticism.
Keywords skepticism  Davidson, Donald  Interpretation
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