When choosing the title for this chapter, I considered adding some qualifiers to it, such as resurrecting Dretskean information “in part” or “(somewhat)”. I ultimately chose to stick with something more clear and crisp though. One of the purposes of this chapter is to demonstrate that there are some insights to Fred Dretske’s theory of meaning in his Knowledge and the Flow of Information that are worth defending, and that they have to do with his concept of information. Another purpose of this chapter is to elucidate the distinction between the concept of information defended here and the one established in the mathematical theory of communication (Shannon and Weaver 1949), and to highlight the importance of this distinction to what follows.