A report on Propositional attitude

Mental state held by an agent toward a proposition.

- Propositional attitude

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Proposition

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Meaning of a declarative sentence.

Meaning of a declarative sentence.

It can generally be used to refer to some or all of the following: The primary bearers of truth values (such as "true" and "false"); the objects of belief and other propositional attitudes (i.e. what is believed, doubted, etc.); the referents of "that"-clauses (e.g. "It is true that the sky is blue" and "I believe that the sky is blue" both involve the proposition the sky is blue); and the meanings of declarative sentences.

Modality (linguistics)

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In linguistics and philosophy, modality refers to the ways language can express various relationships to reality or truth.

In linguistics and philosophy, modality refers to the ways language can express various relationships to reality or truth.

However, modal components have been identified in the meanings of countless natural language expressions, including counterfactuals, propositional attitudes, evidentials, habituals, and generics.