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But this is the ‘depend’ of causality, not of evidence or justification” (“Coherence Theory of Truth and Knowledge, p. 146). 33 Like Sellars, Davidson appeals to the concept of truth to explain the rationality of belief. But, unlike Sellars, Davidson does not mark perceptual judgments for special treatment. Whereas Sellars holds that the very character of our conceptual system entails that perceptual judgments are likely to be true, Davidson claims that general features of attributions of meaning require the concept of belief to be intrinsically veridical.