|Principle of Charity: demand by Neil L. Wilson (Wilson, “Substances without Substrata, The Review of Metaphysics”, 12 (4), 521-539), in the interpretation of expressions by other people to assume rationality, i.e. conclusive, coherent and true conduct in these people. The principle was taken up and further developed by D. Davidson (Davidson, “On the Very Idea of a Conceptual Scheme, Inquiries into Truth and Interpretation”, Oxford 1974).|
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Principle of charity / Wilson / Quine: the identification of the logical constants: it must be translated so that the logical laws are not violated.
Principle of charity / e.g. champagne: (here: Martini) if a true statement is assumed, the principle is questionable.
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