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, Justin. 2012. Right-Making and Reference. American Philosophical Quarterly 49: 277-280. Putnam, Hilary. 1979. On Properties. In Philosophical Papers: Vol. 1, Mathematics, Matter and Method. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 305-322. Railton, Peter. 1986. Moral Realism. Philosophical Review 95: 163-207. Russell, Bertrand. 1905. On Denoting. Mind 14: 479-493. Schroeder, Mark. 2005. Realism and Reduction: the Quest for Robustness. Philosophers’ Imprint 5: 1-18. Shafer-Landau, Russ. 2003. Moral Realism: A Defence . Oxford: Oxford University Press. Streumer

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account of the role of digital media must include how they operate differently from traditional media and fit into the media system as whole ( Hallin & Mancini, 2004 ). Sweden belongs to the corporatist media systems of Northern Europe, where public service media play a strong role and where several parties compete in the political system. In Sweden, public service broadcast is still the main source of news (the following paragraphs draw on Schroeder 2019 ; see also Schroeder 2018 : 67–70); however, the Sweden Democrats are supported by alternative media, news

: Culicidae). Ann. Entomol. Soc. Am. 95 (3): 352-358. SCHROEDER, H., H. KLOTZBACH, S. ELIAS, C. AUGUSTIN and K. PUESCHEL (2003): Use of PCR-RFLP for differentiation of calliphorid larvae (Diptera, Calliphoridae) on human corpses. Forensic Sci. Int. 132 (1): 76-81. SCHÜTTE, F. (1957): Untersuchungen über die Populationsdynamik des Eichenwicklers (Tortrix viridana L.). Z. ang. Entomol. 40 (3): 1-36 und 285-331. SCHWERDTFEGER, F. (1971): Vergleichende Untersuchungen an der Kronenfauna der Eichen in Latenz- und Gradationsgebieten des Eichenwicklers (Tortrix viridana L.). 3. Die

, lead and mercury from high temperature processes in power generation and industry. [W:] Hutchinson T.C., Mecma K.M. (ed.) Lead, mercury, cadmium and arsenic in the environment. SCOPE 31, J. Wiley, New York., 69 - 87. Zeien, H., Brümmer G. W.: 1989 : Chemische Extraktionen zur Bestimmung von Schwermetallbindungsformen in Boden. Mit. Dtsch. Bodenk. Gesellsch., 19/ I , 505 - 510. Rosada J. Grzesiak J., Grzesiak P., Schroeder G., Ratajczak J., Orlicka A., Rissmann I.: Oznaczanie w glebach metodami ASA i ICP metali ciężkich izolowanych metodą ekstrakcji sekwencyjnej. 163

References 1. The American Chemical Society; http://www.cas.org/ 2. Schroeder, G. (2011). Molecular receptors. From receptor molecules to functional materials, Wiad. Chem. 65, 1021. 3. Molecular Receptors properties and applications. (2009). Ed. G. Schroeder, Cursiva, 2009, ISBN 978-83-62108-02-2. 4. Chemical functionalization of surfaces for nanotechnology (2011) Ed. G. Schroeder, Cursiva, ISBN 978-83-62108-07-7. 5. Heise, Ch. & Bier, F.F. (2006). Immobilization of DNA on Microarrays, Top. Curr. Chem., 261, 1, DOI: 10.1007/128_007. 6. Takahashi, S. & Anzai, J

References BEKKAOUI, F., B. MANN and B. SCHROEDER (2003): Application of for the identification and management of hybrid poplar accessions. Agroforestry Systems 59: 53-59. CHAMBERS, G. K. and E. S. MACAVOY (2000): Microsatellites: consensus and controversy. Comp Biochem Physiol B 126: 455-476. CHASE, M. W., N. SALAMIN, M. WILKINSON, J. M. DUNWELL, R. P. KESANAKURTHI, N. HAIDAR and V. SAVOLAINEN (2005): Land plants and DNA barcodes: short-term and long-term goals. Philos Trans R Soc Lond B Biol Sci 360: 1889-1895. CHO, R. J., M. MINDRINOS, D. R. RICHARDS, R. J

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Truth as a fundamental ingredient within the flow of discourse and the application of freedom of expression in democratic society has historically received considerable attention from the U.S. Supreme Court. Many of the Court’s central precedents regarding First Amendment concerns have been determined by how justices have understood truth and how they have conceptualized the complex relationship truth and falsity share. Despite the attention truth has received, however, the Court has not provided a consistent understanding of its meaning. For these reasons, this article examines how the Supreme Court has conceptualized truth in freedom-of-expression cases, ultimately drawing upon the results of that analysis, as well as pragmatic approaches to philosophy, the so called “pragmatic method” put forth by American philosopher William James, to propose a unifying conceptualization of truth that could be employed to help the Court provide consistency within its precedents regarding the meaning of a concept that has been central to the Court’s interpretation of the First Amendment since, in many ways, another pragmatist and friend of James’s, Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes, substantially addressed truth in his dissent in Abrams v. United States. The article concludes by proposing that the courts conceptualize the nature of truth via three substantially related understandings: that truth is a process, that it is experience-funded, and that it is not absolute and is best approached without prejudice. Each of the three ingredients relates, at least to some extent, with thematic understandings put forth by the Court in previous freedom-of-expression cases, and therefore does not represent a significant departure from justices’ traditional approaches to truth. The model, most ideally, does seek, with the help of pragmatic thought and ideas put forth by Justice Holmes, to encourage consistent recognition of certain principles regarding truth as justices go about considering its nature in First Amendment cases.

.A., Sodeau, J.R., Holmes, J.D. & Morris, M.A. (2009). Large pore bifunctionalised mesoporous silica for metal ion pollution treatment. J. Hazard. Mater . 164, 229–234. DOI: 10.1016/j.jhazmat.2008.07.146. 11. Boyaci, E., Çağır, A., Shahwan, T. & Eroğlu, A.E. (2011). Synthesis, characterization and application of a novel mercapto- and amine-bifunctionalized silica for speciation/sorption of inorganic arsenic prior to inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometric determination. Talanta 85, 1517–1525. DOI: 10.1016/j.talanta.2011.06.021. 12. Kurczewska, J. & Schroeder, G

plants, Biotechnology Advances, 29, 792–803. 8. Grzesiak, P., Kurczewska, J. & Schroeder, G. (2011). Nanotechnology for agriculture (15–34). In: Environment and industry. Volume 2. (Eds. G. Schroeder, P. Grzesiak), Cursiva Poznań, pp. 176, ISBN 978-83-62108-14-5. [in Polish]. 9. Nanoscience and nanotechnologies, Condition and perspectives of development [in Polish]. Ed. A. Mazurkiewicz, Institute for Sustainable Technologies Publishing House – PIB, Radom, 2007. 10. European Nanotechnology Gateway, Nanotechnology in agriculture and food, nanoforum.org (May 2006). 11

willow as an indicator of its uses in the treatment of sewage sludge, Zesz. Probl. Post. Nauk Roln . 477, 411. 24. Gaworek, B. (1992). Infl uence of zeolite on the uptake of cadmium by plants, Arch. Environ. Prot . 3-4, 149. 25. Narkiewicz, U., Pełech, I., Podsiadły, M., Cegłowski, M., Schroeder, G. & Kurczewska, J. (2010). Preparation and characterization of magnetic carbon nanomaterials bearing APTS-silica on their surface, J. Mater. Sci . 45, 1100. DOI: 10.1007/s10853-009-4052-0. 10.1007/s10853-009-4052-0 26. Kurczewska, J. & Schroeder, G. (2010). Silica surface