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Ideas of Mulligan/Simons/Smith, by Text

[, fl. 1984, ]

1984 Truth-makers
2 p.61 Moments (objects which cannot exist alone) may serve as truth-makers
3 p.67 The truth-maker for a sentence may not be unique, or may be a combination, or several separate items
3 p.70 Truth-makers cannot be the designata of the sentences they make true
3 p.70 Correspondence has to invoke facts or states of affairs, just to serve as truth-makers
6 p.77 Part-whole is the key relation among truth-makers
6 p.82 Despite negative propositions, truthmakers are not logical complexes, but ordinary experiences