Truthlikeness

[Revised entry by Graham Oddie on January 30, 2014. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography, diagram7.png] Truth is widely held to be the constitutive aim of inquiry. Even those who think the aim of
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[Revised entry by Graham Oddie on January 30, 2014. Changes to: Main text, Bibliography, diagram7.png] Truth is widely held to be the constitutive aim of inquiry. Even those who think the aim of inquiry is something more accessible than the truth (such as the empirically discernible truth), as well as those who think the aim is something more robust than possessing truth (such as the possession of knowledge) still affirm truth as a necessary component of the end of inquiry. And, other...

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