Ontological Argument for Truth and Correspondence Theory

Maverick Philosopher answers my email in which I had asked him if his ontological argument for objective reality also settles the case for correspondence theory of truth:


Komal said…
But there are a lot of assumptions here, such as that concepts exist, and so on. It is impossible to talk or even think about truth without taking something as true.

I wonder what Maverick Philosopher has to say about the problem of the criterion.