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3. Truth / B. Truthmakers / 2. Truthmaker Relation

[how truths relate to their truthmakers]

11 ideas
The best account of truth-making is isomorphism [Wittgenstein, by Mulligan/Simons/Smith]
Truthmakers are about existential grounding, not about truth [Lewis]
Part-whole is the key relation among truth-makers [Mulligan/Simons/Smith]
Maybe truth-making is an unanalysable primitive, but we can specify principles for it [Smith,B]
Propositions are made true, in virtue of something which explains its truth [Lowe]
Examples show that truth-making is just non-symmetric, not asymmetric [David]
A ground must be about its truth, and not just necessitate it [Merricks]
If truthmaking is classical entailment, then anything whatsoever makes a necessary truth [MacBride]
Truth-maker theory can't cope with non-causal dependence [Liggins]
Moral realism doesn't seem to entail the existence of any things [Cameron]
The truth-making relation can be one-to-one, or many-to-many [Rami]