Abstract
In this work in progress I discuss some recent challenges to the view that vagueness is semantic and not metaphysical. The challenges (appear to) turn on what is the correct view on the nature of the objects of the propositional attitudes, and I will discuss just how the topics relate. In my discussion I compare vagueness to some uncontroversially semantic (and not metaphysical) phenomena such as ambiguity and context-sensitivity, and I compare some purported instances of semantic indeterminacy other than vagueness in the narrow sense.