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Trust and which means is a philosophical therapy of intentionality. It bargains an unique, logical and convincing account of intentional content material that's neighborhood and contextual and which takes concerns with ordinary theories of that means.

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Many outstanding issues remain: What should CV say about higher-order vagueness? Is a relativistic theory of vagueness superior to Non-Indexical Contextualism? Does CV allow us to keep classical logic in its entirety? Is CV at bottom of a form of epistemicism? But these remain issues for another day. 20 Jonas Åkerman and Patrick Greenough Acknowledgements Parts of this chapter were presented at the Seventh Arché Vagueness Workshop, November 2006, University of St. Andrews, The Arché Audit, June 2007, a workshop on vagueness at the University of Navarre, Spain, June 2007, in Sydney, August 2008, and in Stockholm, September 2008.

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