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A connectionist defence of the inscrutability thesis and the elimination of the mental

@inproceedings{Garzon1999ACD,
  title={A connectionist defence of the inscrutability thesis and the elimination of the mental},
  author={C. Garzon and F. Jos{\'e}.},
  year={1999}
}
  • C. Garzon, F. José.
  • Published 1999
  • Philosophy
  • This work consists of two parts. In Part I (chapters 1-5), I shall produce a Connectionist Defence of Quine's Thesis of the Inscrutability of Reference, according to which there is no objective fact of the matter as to what the ontological commitments of the speakers of a language are. I shall start by reviewing Quine's project in his original behaviouristic setting. Chapters 1, and 2 will be devoted to addressing several criticisms that Gareth Evans, and Crispin Wright, have put forward on… CONTINUE READING

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