Question about Language - Richard Heck responds

Is "understanding" a proposition necessary, but not sufficient, for "believing" that same proposition? Further, where could one find arguments (discussion) for and/or against either position?
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Is "understanding" a proposition necessary, but not sufficient, for "believing" that same proposition? Further, where could one find arguments (discussion) for and/or against either position? Response from: Richard Heck Sometimes I hate this system. It should have been:(3) It's perfectly possible to believe a proposition and not believe its negation.As any charitable reader would have seen.

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