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Autor: Sophie Botros
ISBN-13: 9781350027329
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Seiten: 320
Sprache: Englisch
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Truth, Time and History: A Philosophical Inquiry

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Truth, Time and History investigates the reality of the past by connecting arguments across areas which are conventionally discussed in isolation from each other.Breaking the impasse within the narrower analytic debate between Dummett's semantic anti-realists and the truth value link realists as to whether the past exists independently of our methods of verification, the book argues, through an examination of the puzzles concerning identity over time, that only the present exists. Drawing on Lewis's analogy between times and possible worlds, and work by Collingwood and Oakeshott, and the continental philosopher, Barthes, the author advances a wholly novel proposal, as to how aspects of ersatz presentism may be combined with historical coherentism to uphold the legitimacy of discourse about the past. In highlighting the role of historians in the creation and construction of temporality, Truth, Time and History offers a convincing philosophical argument for the inherence of an unreal past in the real present.
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Truth, Time and History investigates the reality of the past by connecting arguments across areas which are conventionally discussed in isolation from each other.Breaking the impasse within the narrower analytic debate between Dummett's semantic anti-realists and the truth value link realists as to whether the past exists independently of our methods of verification, the book argues, through an examination of the puzzles concerning identity over time, that only the present exists. Drawing on Lewis's analogy between times and possible worlds, and work by Collingwood and Oakeshott, and the continental philosopher, Barthes, the author advances a wholly novel proposal, as to how aspects of ersatz presentism may be combined with historical coherentism to uphold the legitimacy of discourse about the past. In highlighting the role of historians in the creation and construction of temporality, Truth, Time and History offers a convincing philosophical argument for the inherence of an unreal past in the real present.

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Autor: Sophie Botros
ISBN-13 :: 9781350027329
ISBN: 1350027324
Verlag: Bloomsbury Publishing
Seiten: 320
Sprache: Englisch
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