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The ascription of an unconscious intentional phenomenon to a system implies that the phenomenon is in principle accessible to cons ...
The problem posed by indirect speech acts is the problem of how it is possible for the speaker to say one thing and mean that but ...
Where questions of style and exposition are concerned I try to follow a simple maxim: if you can't say it clearly you don't unders ...
It seems to me obvious that infants and many animals that do not in any ordinary sense have a language or perform speech acts none ...
There is probably no more abused a term in the history of philosophy than "representation," and my use of this term differs both f ...
An utterance can have Intentionality, just as a belief has Intentionality, but whereas the Intentionality of the belief is intrins ...
The Intentionality of the mind not only creates the possibility of meaning, but limits its forms.
One can imagine a computer simulation of the action of peptides in the hypothalamus that is accurate down to the last synapse. But ...
The general nature of the speech act fallacy can be stated as follows, using "good" as our example. Calling something good is char ...
The assertion fallacy ... is the fallacy of confusing the conditions for the performance of the speech act of assertion with the a ...
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