Author: Alexander Bown

1 Introduction Epicurus’ views on truth and falsehood have not received the attention they deserve. What notions of truth and falsehood did he have, and what accounts did he give of them? What, in his view, is it for something to be true or false, and what features of the world make it so

In: Phronesis

Diego, one on future directions for the philosophy of religion and the other on the role of truth in understanding religion, 2 with both followed up more formally nine months later in panel presentations at the XXI World Congress of the IAHR at Erfurt in 2015.What follows in this issue of Method

In: Method & Theory in the Study of Religion
Author: Charles Bolyard

-evident’ propositions (propositions per se notae ), doesn’t readily exhibit the firm, foundational grounding that many anti-skeptics require. 2 But by looking to his scattered discussions of certainty, and his more focused discussion of truth, a theory cleansed of most skeptical elements begins finally to emerge. As

In: Vivarium

linguistic meaning and ask how they color a range of issues of interest to scholars of religion. The so-called truth-conditional approach makes truth basic. It trades on the thought that we sometimes or perhaps often know what someone has said when we know what it would be for what she has said to be true