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Theories of truth deal with questions such as: what are truths? what makes them true? what is the relation between truths and the things that makes them true? Not to be confused with "what is the truth", which is a completely different matter.

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throws light on the truth or falsehood of mathematics is by disproving the supposed antinomies. This shows that mathematics may be true. But to show that mathematics is true would require other …
answered May 4 '18 by Eli Bashwinger
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My memory seems to be failing me at the moment, but I seem to recall Russell saying something like the following on some occasion: The consistency of mathematics does not show that it is true but …
asked May 1 '18 by Eli Bashwinger
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be the need for truth-makers for mathematical propositions/truths, hence the positing of mathematical objects as abstract objects which serve as truth-makers. The other route is to marshal the Quine …
asked Nov 9 '17 by Eli Bashwinger