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Relativity/relative/absolute/Quine/Field: Ontological relativity on a background language) - Disanalogy: Places can only be understood by relations of objects - but this does not apply to words - no "linguistic relation" which would rule out indeterminacy - real indeterminacy/Field: E.g. no fact decides which translation is the best for Newton's "mass" (net weight or relativistic mass) - E.g. a) impulse = mass times velocity and - b) mass is invariant (independent of the reference system) - the two exclude each other. - Solution: Mass partly denotates the one and partially the other.
Consistency: is here no question of empirical linguistics complete thought: timeless). - E.g. a) "it would be good" - b) "it would be good according to my standards". - analog: disquotational true: can then be a statement that is relativized to my norms - but no non-relativized evaluative statement can be disquotational true.
Relativization/Field: Problem: in a relativization to a mere subjective probability law we do not get a truth value, but only conditional probability laws. - Solution: conditional probability laws of B I A & R, where R is the totality of all truths (known or unknown) of a particular type, then conditionalities are perceivable that are believed only from a misunderstood background (not wrong!) - Field: better completely without relativation.
Realism, Mathematics and Modality Oxford New York 1989
Truth and the Absence of Fact Oxford New York 2001
Science without numbers Princeton New Jersey 1980