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The purpose of this paper is to look at some existing methods of semantic information quantification and suggest some alternatives. It begins with an outline of Bar-Hillel and Carnap's theory of semantic information before going on to look at Floridi's theory of strongly semantic information. The latter then serves to initiate an in-depth investigation into the idea of utilising the notion of truthlikeness to quantify semantic information. Firstly, a couple of approaches to measuredoi:10.3390/info2010061 fatcat:sia2v6fl2ffbtjbulipzhr5qm4