Knowing Our Own Minds (Mind Association Occasional Series) by Crispin Wright,Barry C. Smith,Cynthia Macdonald

By Crispin Wright,Barry C. Smith,Cynthia Macdonald

wisdom of one's personal sensations, wishes, intentions, strategies, ideals, and different attitudes is regularly various from different kinds of data: it has larger immediacy, authority, and salience. This quantity bargains a strong and finished examine present paintings in this subject, that includes heavily interlinked essays via top figures within the box that research philosophical questions raised by means of the precise personality of self-knowledge, bearing on it to wisdom of different minds, to rationality and service provider, externalist theories of mental content material, and information of language.

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