Volume 1, April 1991
Problemebenen, Foki, Rekonstruktionen
Zweierlei Holismus. Überlegungen zur Interpretationstheorie D. Davidsons
What make utterances and beliefs of other persons on the base of behaviour intelligible? D. Davidson gives us a possible answer in his analysis of the holistic nature of beliefs from the view point of radical interpretation. D. Davidsons argument is, that having propositional attitudes is a nesessary condition for understanding of (personal) utterances. In the context of his theory of radical interpretation will given an explication and a refutation of critics of the still not enough recipated thesis of D. Davidson.