Conceptual Role Semantics and Naturalizing Meaning

Croatian Journal of Philosophy 8 (24):337-348 (2008)
In this paper I will do three things. One, to explain why conceptual role semantics seems an attractive theory of meaning (I). Two, to sketch a version of it which has a good chance of withstanding some of the standard objections (II-III). Three, to see what follows from this version with respect to the naturalization of meaning (IV)
Keywords conceptual role  externalism  holisk
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