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Inflationism/Field: proceeds from facts (unlike the deflationism). - Especially facts about the use of a language - FieldVs: what kind of facts are this supposed to be? - Deflationism: the homophony condition is sufficient to rule out the fact that we do not use a language with deviating reference - there are no other facts. ((s) Homophony: "Snow is white" is true "iff snow is white).
Fact/Nonfactualism/Field: E.g. relativistic mass or own-masse in the special relativity theory: no fact decides which hypothesis is to be assumed. - The laws are, however, in some cases easier formulated, depending on the choice.
Fact/discourse without facts/Nonfactualism/Field: 1. Questions of vagueness (Sorites): E.g. there is no fact, on which "bald" accurately refers - 2. Assessment questions/Morality/Ethics. - 3. sentences with indicators/index words - 4. subjunctive conditionals/contrafactual conditionals.
"No fact"/Nonfactualism/Field: in pure mathematics, the problem of finding facts about our use of concepts is insoluble.
Fact/Nonfactualism/Field: it is clear that there is no fact about whether Zermelo's or von Neumann's approach "presents" the things "correctly", there is no fact which decides whether numbers are sets.
Belief/Justification/Field: It is pointless to ask whether logical beliefs are dependent on logical facts.
Fact/Condition/Field: instead of a fact there may be e.g. a condition - E.g. preservation of truth.
Geometry/real facts/Field: (via Euclidean space) are about betweenness and congruence - as in the axioms of Hilbert.
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