The truth account of assertion states that an assertion is proper if and only if it is true (Weiner 2005). Suppose I assert that ‘this assertion is improper’. If my assertion is true, then it is improper. If it is false, then it is proper. Either way, it constitutes a counterexample to the truth account of assertion.

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