This article examines the criteria of truth in post-modern philosophy, taking into account the ways it is defined in both the classical and non-classical traditions. Specific to post-modern philosophy is the absence of a universal language of narration and the traditional methods in which knowledge is recognized as legitimate. Basing himself on these concepts, the author examines the problem of the ideal of scientific quality and the transformations this idea has undergone in contemporary philosophy. Truth is understood basically through two means which govern our relation to truth: the will to truth and the concern for truth. These also appear as defining factors of truth in various types of post-modern philosophy: social-operative, social-political, and aesthetic.
POST-MODERNISM, TRUTH, CRITERIA OFTRUTHFULNESS, CLASSICAL AND NON-CLASSICAL THEORIES OF TRUTH, SCIENTIFIC QUALITY, IDEAL OF SCIENTIFIC QUALITY, CRITERIA OF SCIENTIFIC QUALITY, QUASI-SCIENTIFIC QUALITY, PLAGIARISM, PLAGIARISM ON THE INTERNET, DISCOURSE,