ABSTRACT. The normative concepts relevant to belief are those of justification and having reasons for. A theory of meaning for a language should at least entail, for any sentence of the language, a sentence that 'gives its meaning'. The concepts of meaning, truth, belief, desire, intention are interrelated.


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