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Loar, Brian
 
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Propositional Attitudes Avr I 35
Propositional attitude/Loar/Avramides: when placed on the right side of biconditionals, one no longer has to do with meaning, but with the content of prop. att. - Avramides: caution: two types of semantics: Def wide semantics: covers meaning, truth, reference, etc. - close semantics: quasi-equivalent to "meaning". - Prop. att. / Avramides: further distinction: a) public language - b) language of mind (Mentalese). - Reductionism: can analyze propositional attitude only non-semantically. LoarVspropositions about belief.

Loar I
B. Loar
Mind and Meaning Cambridge 1981


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