This category is for contributions to the debate on narrow content. Appropriate submissions:Normally, the content of a proposition is identified with its truth condition and the content of other conceptual entities, such as objects, are identified with those properties of the object that can make a contribution to the truth of predicates applied to it. Narrow content is that part of content that is wholly cognitive, rather than purely objective. Is there any such thing as narrow content? This is perhaps the hottest debate in the theory of meaning, and is at the heart of the current debate about intentionality.
- present arguments for or against narrow content, or provide surveys of such arguments;
- present theories of meaning which provide narrow content;
- present theories of meaning without narrow content, and which purport to account for intensional aspects of meaning.