Теоретико-типовая грамматика, интенсионалы и эпистемические установки

Translated title of the contribution: Type theoretical grammar, intensional entities and epistemic attitudes

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Abstract

In the article, I discuss some ideas of the type theoretical grammar of Aarne Ranta and the analysis of the problem of Quine (Ralph and Ortcutt), which Oleg Domanov implemented by means of this theory. There are more similarities than differences in TT grammar with well-known ideas, including “fine grinding” of meanings, counterparts, procedural understanding of – intensions. The main problem, which, in my opinion, exists in the TT grammar, consists in understanding how another agent’s epistemic attitudes can be justified for me. Ranta proceeds from the metaphor of the agent as a calculator, which for the general case is unacceptable. I believe that the interpretation of the epistemic attitudes of another agent must be externalistic, that is, referring not to the agent’s worlds, but to his actions in the actual world: “agent X believes that A” is true when the interpreter sees the behavior of the agent in situations that the interpreter would consider adequate for himself if he believed A and would be “in place” of X. To formalize here, it would take complicated tools which are used for describing actions. I’ve come to the conclusion that an understanding of the type in TT grammar makes it intensional in some extended sense, since the working with the naming relation is already an element of a specific pragmatics.

Translated title of the contributionType theoretical grammar, intensional entities and epistemic attitudes
Original languageRussian
Pages (from-to)53-57
Number of pages5
JournalЭПИСТЕМОЛОГИЯ И ФИЛОСОФИЯ НАУКИ
Volume55
Issue number4
DOIs
StatePublished - Dec 2018

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  • Philosophy
  • History and Philosophy of Science

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