An engagingly written, carefully reasoned defence of ‘objective truth’ as a respectable, even desirable goal and standard.—Barry Allen, The Globe and Mail—
True to Life is a passionate demonstration that truth matters; it is strikingly clear and painstakingly reasoned, and ranges from technical work in the philosophy of logic to a discussion of the role of truth-telling in government.
, The New York Times Book Review
This is an important and timely volume, and philosophy owes Lynch a considerable debt.
, The Philosophers’ Magazine
True to Life is a bracing antidote to the disease of postmodern cynicism that renders truth impossible and leaves us with nothing but wind-blown opinion.
, The Denver Post
True to Life…asserts some simple truths about truth; for example, that it’s good, [and] that it’s worthy of pursuit…
, Atlanta Journal-Constitution