fundamental concepts such as type, attributes, relationships are all the same
beliefs and propositional attitudes
objects as a set of attributes
Beginning with a single sense of belief … let us think of this at first as … Now intensions named thus by "that"-clauses, without free … [e.g., (14) Ralph believes that Ortcutt is a spy]. In addition I shall (for the moment) recognize intensions of … in which it occurs free; thus z(z is … [e.g., (15) Ralph believes z(z is a spy) of Ortcutt]. Similarly we may specify intensions of higher degrees by prefixing … For reasons which will appear, [(15)] is to … a spy), but rather as an irreducibly triadic …
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|Quote: attributes are intensions of a single free variable; e.g., spyhood is z(z is a spy)
|Quote: propositions are "that"-clauses without free variables; e.g., "Ralph believes that Ortcutt is a spy"
Topic: fundamental concepts such as type, attributes, relationships are all the same (37 items)
Topic: beliefs and propositional attitudes (28 items)
Topic: objects as a set of attributes (39 items)