Correspondence theory of truth – Homework Experts

“The Correspondence Theory of Truth Produces a particular kind of philosophical realism. Explain The nature of that realism and how it follows from the Correspondence Theory of Truth, drawing on readings from this unit.
Is this understanding of the relationship between language and reality a good avenue for philosophers to pursue?”

In this essay I want to defend a neopragmatist (richard rorty’s work) account of truth making.

A lit review is a simple summary of the arguments in essays you will use to make your argument. USE 5 READINGS (around 150-200 word summary of each) FROM LIST BELOW AND SUMMERISE THE ARGUMMENTS!

This review will broken up into 3 sections,

firstly explain correspondence theory of truth (one paper)

then how it links to realism (one-two papers)

then the neopragmatist account of truth (two/three papers)
(this section of the review MUST answer this question in the title —–Is this understanding of the relationship between language and reality a good avenue for philosophers to pursue?”—-)

ONLY BIBLIOGRAPHY FROM THIS LIST!!!! DO NOT USE ANY OTHER SOURCE!!! use richard rorty’s papers for section 3.

– Relativism and reality: a contemporary introduction
Chapter by R Kirk 2001

-Tractatus logico-philosophicus
Book by Ludwig Wittgenstein
– Philosophical Investigations
Book by Ludwig Wittgenstein, , P. M. S. Hacker, , and Joachim Schulte 2010


Words and world: Wittgenstein in Relativism and reality: a contemporary introduction
Chapter by R Kirk 2001


Forms of Life: Mapping the Rough Ground in The Cambridge companion to Wittgenstein
Chapter by Naomi Scheman 1996 Prescribed reading


The Fixation of Belief in Popular Science Monthly
Article by Charles Sanders Peirce 1877 Prescribed reading


How to Make Our Ideas Clear in Popular Science Monthly
Article by Charles S. Peirce 1878


The Contingency of Language in Pragmatism: a contemporary reader
Chapter by Richard Rorty 1995

– Reason, Expression and the Philosophic Enterprise in Reason in philosophy: animating ideas
Chapter by Robert Brandom 2009