9 September 2014

Theories of Truth

Defined by Plato as lovers of truth, philosophers have long debated what truth is. Recently they have disagreed about how important truth is. This seminar examines prominent theories of truth since 1900, as proposed by such thinkers as Pierce, Heidegger, Davidson, Putnam, and Habermas. Feminist, deflationist, and postmodernist critiques of truth theory will be considered and an alternative proposed.

ICS 220705 F14
ICT3762HF L0101 / ICT6762HF L0101
Dr. Lambert Zuidervaart
Tuesdays 6:00pm-9:00pm
(MA, PhD)