Crispin Wright’s pragmatist-friendly successor notion to “truth”.
Related to Peirce’s Truth as the limit of inquiry.
Something is superassertible when it is assertible1 and its assertibility is stable and robust under arbitrary increases of our information / evidence.
This is circular because we need a notion of truth in order to determine whether a putative piece of information is an “increase” (i.e. it’s true).
best-justified according to our current practices ↩