Wittgenstein and Quine on the Problem of Intensionality Posted By : Tamela Ice

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Ludwig Wittgenstein and W. V. O. Quine attempt a similar resolution to the problem of the logical form of intensional propositions (often referred to as prepositional attitudes or reported speech). Some examples of intensional propositions include Genet said that crime is the highest form of sensuality, Mary thinks that Henry is in love with her, or Amy believes Tom is a killer. Intensional propositions are mental states, that is, what is stated is the thought of the speaker.

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