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Ideas of John Etchemendy, by Text

[American, b.1952, Professor and Provost of Stanford University.]

1988 Tarski on Truth and Logical Consequence
p.60 p.24 We can get a substantive account of Tarski's truth by adding primitive 'true' to the object language
p.61 p.167 'Snow is white' depends on meaning; whether snow is white depends on snow
1999 The Concept of Logical Consequence
p.238 Etchemendy says fix the situation and vary the interpretation, or fix interpretations with varying situations [Read]
p.238 Validity is where either the situation or the interpretation blocks true premises and false conclusion [Read]