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In their study of reasoning with diagrammatic and non-dia~,rammatic representations, Larkin and Simon (1987) are concerned with external representations and explicitly avoid drawing inferences about the bearing of their work on the issue of internal, mental representations. Nonetheless, we may infer the bearing of their work on internal representations from(More)
Externalist theories in natural language semantics have become the orthodoxy since Kripke is widely thought to have refuted descriptive theories involving internal cognitive representation of meaning. This shift may be seen in developments in philosophy of language of the 1970s – the direct reference " revolution against Frege " (Wettstein 2004, 66). Almog(More)
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