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Perceptual representations: a teleosemantic answer to the breadth-of-application problem
Teleosemantic theories of representation are often criticized as being “too liberal”, i.e. as categorizing states as representations which are not representational at all. Recently, a powerfulExpand
PERCEIVING THE WORLD OUTSIDE: HOW TO SOLVE THE DISTALITY PROBLEM FOR INFORMATIONAL TELEOSEMANTICS
Perceptual representations have distal content: they represent external objects and their properties, not light waves or retinal images. This basic fact presents a fundamental problem forExpand
Truthmakers: a tale of two explanatory projects
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In this paper, I argue that ‘truthmaker explanations’ conflate two different explanatory projects. Expand
Complex IT Project Management: 16 Steps to Success
PROJECT IS MORE THAN ITS TECHNICAL DELIVERABLES Provisioning ISDN How Did We Do? The Project in Context The Big Thirteen Discovery Techniques Interviewing Techniques LEARNING REQUIREMENTS IS OURExpand
The nature of perceptual constancies
How Frogs See the World: Putting Millikan’s Teleosemantics to the Test
How do frogs represent their prey? This question has been the focus of many debates among proponents of naturalistic theories of content, especially among proponents of teleosemantics. This isExpand
Plan B Is an Integral Part of the Project Plan
Beyond Verbal Disputes: The Compatibilism Debate Revisited
The compatibilism debate revolves around the question whether moral responsibility and free will are compatible with determinism. Prima facie, this seems to be a substantial issue. But according toExpand
Object Interaction with Java
In addition to the platform-independent development of user interfaces, Java is also increasingly being used for the development of application logic (refer to Eckel [1998].) Cache’s Java bindingExpand
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