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Is Truth a Norm ?

Abstract : This paper tries to say in what sense truth is a norm, a thesis that Donald Davidson, whose view are examined, denies. After skteching his conception of rationality , it is argued that truth is a norm in only the sense that we ought to believe what we believe is true, not that we all to believe everything which is true. This minimal norm of truth is isolated and defended.
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Pascal Engel. Is Truth a Norm ?. Peter Kotatko, Peter Pagin. Interpreting Davidson, CSLI, Stanford, pp.37-51, 2001, 3. ⟨ijn_00000152⟩

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