Graduate studies at Western
Philosophical Explorations 1 (1):17-30 (2001)
|Abstract||In studying what people do two points of view can be distinguished: We can choose the perspective of the actors themselves (the actor’s perspective), or we can look at what is going on from the outside, from a distance (the researcher’s perspective). Regarding the relation between both points of view three standpoints have been defended|
|Keywords||Common Sense Conception Epistemology Mental Science|
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