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|Austin, "How to Do Things With Words"||Prior uses 's wording in defining correspondence theory|
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, for instance, assembled a controversial but quite coherent system in the early 19th century, whose validity and usefulness continues to be debated even today.
|Narrated by , ibn Majah 2:1303 , Abu Dawood, and others with slightly different wordings||Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1975• Truth as One and Many Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2009|
|Includes papers by James, Ramsey, Russell, Tarski, and more recent work||Horwich, Paul, Truth, 2nd edition, 1988 ,• , section on "Epistemological assumptions" Macmillan, 1969• "6: What is the Use?|
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