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Some of the themes in some of the versions of the arguments have appeared in earlier papers, particularly Davidson 1975b and 1982a. 16 (1) To have a belief, one must have the concept of a belief. (2) To have the concept of a belief, one must have the concept of error, or, equivalently, of objective truth. (3) The claim that a being has the concept of objective truth stands in need of grounding; in particular, there must be scope for the application of the concept in the being’s experience. (4) We can understand how a being in communication with others could have the concept of error, as a tool used in interpretation to achieve a better rational fit of another’s behaviour to the evidence we have for his beliefs and meanings: the concept would have work to do for interpreters.
For T-theories, even interpretive ones, don’t specify what the words and sentences of their object language mean. An interpretive T-theory does not itself say or entail that it is interpretive. One might put it this way: if there is one interpretive T-theory for a language, L, then there will also be many uninterpretive ones. If all you knew about the semantics of L was a particular T-theory for it, then you would have no 46 GABRIEL SEGAL way of telling whether the T-theory you knew was interpretive or not.
This work also grounds Davidson’s so-called holism about attitude content, not his reflections on radical interpretation. (Davidson’s holism about attitude content is not so radical as sometimes represented. He does not hold that believing p requires one to have any other specific beliefs, but, rather, that one must have (indefinitely) many beliefs with related contents, though no particular ones. )11 In interpretation, then, we help ourselves to three things: (a) the speaker’s hold-true attitudes; (b) the speaker’s interactions with his environment; (c) an a priori theory of speakers and rational agency.