“what if the truth is that many people died for the wrong reason or no reason at all?”

Interesting consideration of Pete’s post yesterday from Misanthropy Abroad which questions the application of notions of truth to what is an agglomeration of often competing narratives. To bring something to the party, I’d note Simon Blackburn’s TLS article which noted the indispensability of semantic notions of truth to any coherent philosophical position. Other than that, read on…

Discover more from Slugger O'Toole

Subscribe to get the latest posts to your email.

We are reader supported. Donate to keep Slugger lit!

For over 20 years, Slugger has been an independent place for debate and new ideas. We have published over 40,000 posts and over one and a half million comments on the site. Each month we have over 70,000 readers. All this we have accomplished with only volunteers we have never had any paid staff.

Slugger does not receive any funding, and we respect our readers, so we will never run intrusive ads or sponsored posts. Instead, we are reader-supported. Help us keep Slugger independent by becoming a friend of Slugger. While we run a tight ship and no one gets paid to write, we need money to help us cover our costs.

If you like what we do, we are asking you to consider giving a monthly donation of any amount, or you can give a one-off donation. Any amount is appreciated.