Roads to objectivity
Corona Chavarría, Adrian
McNabb Costa, Darin
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DescripciónIndividual Representationalism is a view that tries to constitute the way in which a mental state can be exhaustively individuated without appealing directly to the exterior world but always derivatively and supplemented by means of intrinsic properties, that is, by representations available in the individual’s psychology. Anti-individualism tries to break this independence between the mental and nonmental; anti individualism claims that causal relations to specific attributes of the environment are both ineliminable and, some of them, non-representational, yet determine what representations, perceptions, images and thoughts an individual has...
Universidad Veracruzana. Facultad de Filosofía. Región Xalapa
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