Aristotle on Truth by Paolo Crivelli

Greek Roman Philosophy

By Paolo Crivelli

Aristotle's thought of fact, which has been the main influential account of the concept that of fact from Antiquity onwards, spans numerous components of philosophy: philosophy of language, common sense, ontology and epistemology. during this 2004 publication, Paolo Crivelli discusses all of the major elements of Aristotle's perspectives on fact and falsehood. He analyses intimately the most suitable passages, addresses a few famous difficulties of Aristotelian semantics, and assesses Aristotle's thought from the viewpoint of recent analytic philosophy. within the procedure he discusses lots of the literature on Aristotle's semantic concept to have seemed within the final centuries. His e-book vindicates and clarifies the customarily repeated declare that Aristotle's is a correspondence thought of fact. will probably be of curiosity to a variety of readers operating in either old philosophy and sleek philosophy of language.

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