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Such a theory of meaning, Dummett claims, is in a much better position to explain the role meaning plays not only in language use but also in language acquisition. That the latter is a problem for the realist can be seen if we ask how we can learn to speak if the correct meaning of the statements we are presented with is beyond our cognitive reach. We learn to speak and to understand language by being trained in circumstances that we are able to recognize, not in circumstances that go beyond our epistemic grasp.
It gets interesting when we look at the intensional notions, that is, those that look to other worlds in order to determine the truth value of a statement at the present world. A glance back at the clauses tells us that this concerns conditionals and negations. First of all, the intensional notions make clear that knowing whether a statement receives value 1 or value 0 at a world is not enough to know the semantic value of the statement, in the sense of Dummett. The semantic value is not just telling us whether a statement is assertible or not, but also how a complex statement in which the statement is a constituent should be evaluated.
6. see Sect. 7. 26 2 Constructivism conjunct. The latter is a version of Kripke’s well-known possible worlds semantics for modal logic. 11 Revisionism versus Eclecticism But again, before getting into the details, let me try to get the big picture back into view. A meaning theory will contain all that a speaker must know in order to qualify as a competent speaker of a specific language. A theory of meaning outlines the general features of such specific meaning theories and is informed by the underlying semantic theory.
A Verilog HDL Primer by J. Bhasker