Hard cases of third readings in terms of the Standard Solution

  • Petr Kusliy
  • Ekaterina Vostrikova

Abstract

Schwager (2011) and Sudo (2014) argued that there are cases of the so-called third readings of attitude reports, initially discovered by Fodor (1970), that cannot be accounted for in terms of a theory of indexed world variables (Percus, 2000), which is often referred to as the Standard Solution. More complicated alternatives to the Standard Solution have been recently formulated in the literature in a number of papers. We argue that all the seemingly problematic cases can be naturally accounted for in terms of the Standard Solution, if we take into account the existence of previously unrecognized elided material in these reports.
Published
2019-05-17
How to Cite
Kusliy, P., & Vostrikova, E. (2019). Hard cases of third readings in terms of the Standard Solution. Proceedings of Sinn Und Bedeutung, 22(2), 37-52. https://doi.org/10.18148/sub/2018.v22i2.69