Reply to Professor Saari
In my reply I focus on Professor Saari's criticism of my views on the notions of historical truth, reference and meaning. I argue that the commonsense conceptions of truth and reference as used by Professor Saari are insufficient for achieving a correct understanding of the writing of history and that some technical refinement is therefore required. My conclusion is that my disagreement with Professor Saari probably does not go beyond the question of this desirability of technical refinement.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: March 1, 2005