You Can’t Handle the Truth. (Really, You Can’t.)

Since graduate school at least, I've believed (and occasionally argued) that truth is best thought of as a property of reflections on or about the world--a characteristic of statements, arguments, or even works of art. This is hardly an original claim: Ludwig Wittgenstein, W.V.O. Quine, and many others have made more eloquent arguments for this …

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