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We say 'believes occurrently / dispositionally that [
Bel. bel. bel. t t the superpos. bel. bel. bel. bel. that [4' is true] the bel. that ['" is true] _ the superpos. of (i) the po bel. bel. bel. t t t t t t bel. t t t t t t t the superpos. bel. bel. 4 Singular Beliefs and General Beliefs Singular beliefs are defined by their contents: • (Explication of Singular Belief) Singular beliefs are those beliefs the content of which may be expressed by a singular sentence of the language that is chosen to subserve the ascription of belief content. Belief 46 In the case of our cognitive agent A we will use the metalinguistic predicate 'a singular belief of A' the extension of which is the set of singular beliefs of A.
T. both the case of dispositional beliefs in the sense of Horgan&Tienson and the case of what Horgan&Tienson call 'morphological beliefs' are included. If an agent's dispositional belief that [