Philosophy Lexicon of Arguments

Assertibility conditions: consist in the availability of linguistic means of expression, the state of theories and the existence of certain views of the speaker.
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Soames, Sc.
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Assertibility Conditions I Horwich 468
T-Def/Logical Constants / Tarski / Soames: Tarski himself said that his concept of truth can not be used to give the meanings of the logical constants - circumstances: the T-Def says nothing about the assertibility conditions under which a sentence can be claimed.

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S. Soames
Understanding Truth Oxford 1999

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