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Naturalizing the Mind
The representational character of sense experience introspection qualia consciousness externalism and supervenience.
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Explaining Behavior: Reasons in a World of Causes
Why do human beings move? In this lucid portrayal of human behavior, Fred Dretske provides an original account of the way reasons function in the causal explanation of behavior. Biological scienceExpand
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Knowledge and the Flow of Information
Acknowledgments Preface 1. Communication theory 2. Communication and information 3. A semantic theory of information 4. Knowledge 5. The communication channel 6. Sensation and perception 7. CodingExpand
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Seeing and Knowing.
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The pragmatic dimension of knowledge
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Knowledge & the flow of information
What distinguishes clever computers from stupid people (besides their components)? The author of "Seeing and Knowing" presents in his new book a beautifully and persuasively written interdisciplinaryExpand
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Experience as Representation
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Précis of Knowledge and the Flow of Information
A theory of information is developed in which the informational content of a signal (structure, event) can be specified. This content is expressed by a sentence describing the condition at a sourceExpand
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PERCEPTION WITHOUT AWARENESS
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Perception, Knowledge and Belief: Selected Essays
Part I. Knowledge: 1. Conclusive reasons 2. Epistemic operators 3. The pragmatic dimension of knowledge 4. The epistemology of belief 5. Two conceptions of knowledge: rational vs. reliable beliefExpand
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