3. TRUTHThe Deflationary Theory of TruthFirst published Thu Aug 28, 1997; substantive revision MonOct 4, 2010According to the deflationary theory of truth, to assert that astatement is true is just to assert the statement itself. Forexample, to say that ‘snow is white’ is true, or that it is truethat snow is white, is equivalent to saying simply that snow iswhite, and this, according to the deflationary theory, is allthat can be said significantly about the truth of ‘snow iswhite’.
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5. • Correspondence theory• Coherence theory• Constructivist theory• Consensus theory• Epistemic theory• Minimalist (deflationary) theories• Performative theory• Pragmatic theory• Pluralist theory• Redundancy theoryCEMPREverything Can Be Triangulated• Consider a two-dimensional coordinatesystem.