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HANS-JOHANN GLOCK ANIMAL MINDS : CONCEPTUAL PROBLEMS

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  title={HANS-JOHANN GLOCK ANIMAL MINDS : CONCEPTUAL PROBLEMS},
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  year={2008}
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  • Published 2008
  • Philosophy
This essay is an expanded version of my Antrittsvorlesung ‘Können Tiere Denken?’ at the University of Zurich, 02.04.2007. A Spanish translation will appear as a monograph La Mente de los Animales. (Oviedo, KRK Ediciones) in 2008. The essay discusses the problems which concepts pose for the attribution of thoughts to (non-human) animals. It first locates these problem within a range of other issues concerning animal minds (sct. 1). It then distinguishes three positions: Davidsonian lingualism… 

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