On determining what there isn't
In Michael Bishop & Dominic Murphy (eds.), Stich and His Critics. Blackwell (2009)
|Abstract||In his engaging essay, “Deconstructing the Mind” (1996: 3-90), Stephen Stich raises some very good questions and gives some pretty good answers. My aim in this paper is to give some answers of my own, drawing on earlier work, and to compare these answers with Stich’s.|
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