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" is white” is true of something if and only if that thing is white; "
The Making of a Philosopher: My Journey Through Twentieth-Century Philosophy - Page 75
by Colin McGinn - 2003 - 256 pages
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An Introduction to the Philosophy of Language

Michael Morris - Philosophy - 2006
...condition of the predicate 'x is white' would have had to be something like this: (Sw*) The predicate 'x is white' is true of something if and only if that thing is green. But it's just not plausible that this could be a true and lawlike statement of the truth-of...
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