A naturalistic perspective on intentionality: Interview with Daniel Dennett

Mind and Society 3 (6):1-12 (2002)
In this interview Dennett is asked to clarify some of the most fundamental and controversial aspects of his theory of Intentionality, and of his philosophy in general, including his mild ontological realism, the relationships between ontology and science, naturalized epistemology, normativity, rationality, and the relation between science and philosophy. At the end of the interview, a critical bibliography points to the most important publications of Dennett up to 2000.
Keywords Intentionality  Metaphysics  Ontology  Rationality  Dennett, D
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DOI 10.1007/BF02513145
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