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|Redundancy Theory||I 252
Redundancy theory / Tugendhat: there is a surplus in the expression ’p’ incomparison to the incomplete expression ’that p’ - it is this plus that the addition of ’is true’ expressed - that is not at all trivial. - It would be trivial if one presupposes that one already understands the use of assertoric sentences - "true" can be eliminated - (Tugendhat per redundancy theory)
TugendhatVsredundancy theory: if truth is necessary for determining the meaning of a sentence (by truth conditions), then "true" should not be eliminable.
Redundancy theory / Tugendhat: presupposes that the difference between ("it is said") "that p" and "p" is already understood.
Vorlesungen zur Einführung in die Sprachanalytische Philosophie Frankfurt 1976
Philosophische Aufsätze Frankfurt 1992