Jacob Dink

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When we reason about the physical world, we don't just think about physical facts. For example, in judging why an object exists, or belongs to a particular category, we often appeal to intentions, functions, and purpose (e.g., “knives exist for cutting”). Such “teleological” thinking is common, but intuitively it has limits: For example, whether an object(More)
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