Katarzyna Paprzycka

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According to a psychologists' report (Gopnik & Wellman 1992), small children when presented with a picture of a child looking under a bed, under which a cat is hiding, offer simple belief-desire explanations of the variety " the child wants to play with the cat, " " the child thinks the cat is under the bed " and so on. There would be nothing controversial(More)
I use the normative theory of intentional omissions to argue that ordinary uses of ' s intentionally' are systematically ambiguous. There are occasions where they might be used to attribute intentional omissions rather than intentional actions. One can thus explain a number of puzzles that have been taken to be puzzles about the concept of intentional(More)
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