Dialogues, reasons and endorsement
The main aim of the present paper is to show that, if we follow the dialogical insight that reasoning and meaning are constituted during interaction, and we develop this insight in a dialogical framework for Martin-Löf's Constructive Type Theory, a conception of knowledge emerges that has important links with Robert Brandom's (1994, 2000) inferential pragmatism. However, there are also some significant differences that are at center of the dialogical approach to meaning. The present paper does not discuss explicitly phenomenology, however, one might see our proposal as setting the basis for a further study linking phenomenology and the dialogical conception of meaning—the development of such a link is part of several ongoing researches.
Rahman, S. (2019)., Dialogues, reasons and endorsement, in C. Weiss (ed.), Constructive semantics, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 15-84.
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