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Some Consequences of Semantic Externalism

@inproceedings{Preti1994SomeCO,
  title={Some Consequences of Semantic Externalism},
  author={C. Preti},
  year={1994}
}
SOME CONSEQUENCES OF SEMANTIC EXTERNALISM by Consuelo Preti Adviser: Professor Jerry A. Fodor Semantic externalism is the view that meaning and mental content are determined by relations to the world of objects and properties outside the physical boundaries of the subject of mental states. What you mean by your words what you're thinking when you're thinking about something is essentially constituted by the world at large. It has become customary to formulate externalism in terms of socalled… Expand

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