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Ideas of Richard L. Kirkham, by Text

[American, fl. 1992, Professor at Georgia State University.]

1992 Theories of Truth: a Critical Introduction
2.3 p.54 There are at least fourteen candidates for truth-bearers
5.4 p.150 In quantified language the components of complex sentences may not be sentences
5.4 p.153 An open sentence is satisfied if the object possess that property
5.4 p.154 A 'sequence' of objects is an order set of them
5.4 p.157 If one sequence satisfies a sentence, they all do
5.5 p.159 If we define truth by listing the satisfactions, the supply of predicates must be finite
5.6 p.163 Why can there not be disjunctive, conditional and negative facts?