Tim Crane reviews the book for the Times Literary Supplement.
Caputo is quite right, of course, that we apply the idea of truth to things other than propositions. We speak of true friends, living in truth, and the true – along with the good and the beautiful – being the objects of the search for wisdom, and so on. These ideas cannot easily be reconfigured in terms of the truth of propositions. To attempt this would be like objecting to Keats’s remark that beauty is truth by pointing out that there are many true propositions which are not beautiful.