Davidson and Indeterminacy of Truth Conditions — 3:16

Arpy Khatchirian interviewed by Richard Marshall.

[Images: Giacometti]

The main catalysts for the rapid rise of the philosophy of language in the 20th century were the development of modern logic and the so-called “linguistic turn” early in the century. Of course, philosophers have now generally abandoned the idea that philosophical problems are to be answered by looking at language. However, even if “linguistic” philosophy has been demoted from its status as first philosophy, this hasn’t taken the form of an

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