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Adam Pautz (University of Texas—Austin), “Externalist Intentionalism and Optimal Conditions: A Comment on Byrne and Tye,” with commentary by Bill Lycan (University of North Carolina). The paper, commentary, and response can be found here.
Posted by tnadelhoffer on May 21, 2006 | Permalink
An interesting topic. But I'm having trouble understanding the following sentence:
"On such theory, a person P sensorily represents a property F iff P is in some that or other that is poised to influence the formation of belief and desires and that is caused by the instantiation of F under optimal conditions."
Yentz Mahogany |
May 25, 2006 at 12:41 PM
Thanks for catching that typo. After 'such' there should be an 'a' and instead of the first occurrence of 'that' there should be 'state'.
Adam Pautz |
May 26, 2006 at 03:13 PM
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