Friday, May 17, 2013

Philosophy After Dark on truth.
A similar point is argued for by Daniel Palmer. He writes that Heidegger called the traditional kind of truth ‘derivative’. What must come before the traditional conception of truth is the disclosedness of beings as they are. That is, before one may make a judgement of the truth of a proposition, the entity which this proposition is regarding must first become unconcealed. This shows that the traditional concept of truth is contained within the one Heidegger proposes.
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