Concepts Are Beliefs About Essences

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Proceedings of an Internat. Symposium : " Gottlob Frege : Philosophy of Logic, Language and Knowledge ". Stanford: CSLI Publ., 2001, pp. 287-316
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The most promising strategy to understand (sentential) narrow contents or (subsentential) concepts seems to be to conceive them as primary intensions or diagonals within the epistemologically reinterpreted character theory of Kaplan. However, this strategy seems to founder either at Block's dilemma between a too syntacticist or too holistic understanding of narrow contents and concepts or at Schiffer's problem that the character theory depends on functional role semantics without adding anything to it. The paper defends a way of steering midway of Block's dilemma without recourse to functional role semantics, a way perfectly summarized in its title.

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ISO 690HAAS-SPOHN, Ulrike, Wolfgang SPOHN, 2001. Concepts Are Beliefs About Essences. In: Proceedings of an Internat. Symposium : " Gottlob Frege : Philosophy of Logic, Language and Knowledge ". Stanford: CSLI Publ., 2001, pp. 287-316
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