Neo-Expressivism:(Self-) Knowledge, Meaning, and Truth

Neo-Expressivism:(Self-) Knowledge, Meaning, and Truth
D Bar-On
9/24/19 12:43
Royal Institute of Philosophy Supplements
Philosophers are often interested in explaining significant contrasts between ordinary descriptive discourses, on the one hand, and discourses – such as ethics, mathematics, or mentalistic discourse – that are thought to be more problematic in various ways. But certain strategies for ‘saving the differences’ can make it too difficult to preserve notable similarities across discourses. My own preference is for strategies that ‘save the differences’ without sacrificing logico-semantic continuities or committing to deflationism about truth, but also without embracing either truth-pluralism or global expressivism.
https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/royal-institute-of-philosophy-supplements/article/neoexpressivism-selfknowledge-meaning-and-truth/DBD2793D981328A11DC7F17A10EF32A6
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