||Part I. The classic approaches -- Correspondence -- Coherence -- Pragmatism -- Deflationism -- Tarski and the semantic theory of truth -- Summary of part I -- Part II. Varieties of enquiry -- Truths of taste; truth in art -- Truth in ethics -- Reason -- Religion and truth -- Interpretations.
||This concise book by the eminent philosopher Simon Blackburn provides an accessible explanation of what truth is and how we might think about it. Blackburn's overall message is that truth is often best thought of not as a product or an end point that is 'finally' achieved, but as an ongoing process of inquiry.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references (pages 129-136) and index.|
|Issued in other form||Online version: Blackburn, Simon, 1944- author. Truth. London : Profile Books, 2019 9780190867225|