The names of the true
Frege's claim that sentences are names of truth-values, I argue, was drawn to fit the formal project, but it respects our pre-theoretical intuitions and does not undermine the sentence's central semantic role. I do a minimal work both on the expression and on its referent, connecting the sentence and the definite description, suggesting an intuitive referent for a true sentence, suggesting a motive for Frege's choice of the truth-values as referents, and finally suggesting an understanding of the False as a referent.
Leonardi, P. (2018)., The names of the true, in A. Coliva, P. Leonardi & S. Moruzzi (eds.), Eva Picardi on language, analysis and history, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 67-85.
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