“The claim that “belief aims at truth” was first coined by Bernard Williams (1973)” link
Define “belief.” Some belief aims at truth whereas some belief does not. Maybe “true” belief aims at truth, but then the statement is redundant.
I would define belief as a judgment (no matter how frivilous) that one makes concerning anything. The strength of a belief may vary, but our beliefs are what we decide to think about what we perceive. We determine when and how they change depending upon a variety of factors.
Belief and doubt speculate, while faith seeks to demonstrate.