Philosophy Lexicon of Arguments

Inflationism, philosophy: Inflationism, (usually not so-called), requires, in addition to determining whether a statement is true, the specification of conditions under which it is true. From this a truth-definition is to be obtained. The opposite term is the deflationism, that assumes that the truth schema S <> [p] with the example "snow is white" is true if and only if snow is white sufficient for a truth definition for formal languages. This latter view is also called disquotationalism, because the quotation is deprived of its quotes to the left of the equivalence.
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Field, Hartry Inflationism   Field, Hartry
Horwich, Paul Inflationism   Horwich, Paul

Ed. Martin Schulz, access date 2017-05-29