Tarski’s Theorem and the Extensionality of Truth
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Thanks to Kevin Scharp for encouraging me to develop the main point in this note, and to Carrie Jenkins for valuable discussion of the issues. I appreciate the spirit of collegiality. Thanks also to two anonymous referees for this journal, who made helpful suggestions for clarification.
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