Quantifiers and propositional attitudes: Quine revisited


Quine introduced a famous distinction between the ‘notional’ sense and the ‘relational’ sense of certain attitude verbs. The distinction is both intuitive and sound but is often conflated with another distinction Quine draws between ‘dyadic’ and ‘triadic’ (or higher degree) attitudes. I argue that this conflation is largely responsible for the mistaken view… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s11229-006-9080-6


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@article{Crawford2008QuantifiersAP, title={Quantifiers and propositional attitudes: Quine revisited}, author={Sean Crawford}, journal={Synthese}, year={2008}, volume={160}, pages={75-96} }