Emotive theory of truth

A theory developed to parallel emotivism in ethics, the point being that what criterion of truth we adopt (e.g. logical intuition, faith, workability, verifiability) depends upon our emotions or attitudes.

Also see: pragmatic theory of truth

B Savery, ‘The Emotive Theory of Truth’, Mind (1955)

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