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Citation Information for “The Principle of Charity”

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“The maxim of translation underlying all this is that assertions startlingly false on the face of them are likely to turn on hidden differences of language.” Williard Van Orman Quine, Word and Object (Cambridge, Massachusetts: M.I.T. Press,1960), 59.

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