Grazer Philosophische Studien 11:1-12 (1980)
|Abstract||The central propositional attitudes of belief, desire, and meaning are interdependent; it is therefore fruitless to analyse one or two of them in terms of the others. A method is outlined in this paper that yields a theory for interpreting speech, a measure of degree of belief, and a measure of desirability. The method combines in a novel way features of Bayesean decision theory, and a Quinean approach to radical interpretation|
|Keywords||Action Belief Decision Theory Meaning Metaphysics|
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