Philosophical Studies 48 (July):1-14 (1985)
|Abstract||dilemma, a dilemma concerning the individuation of psychological states that explain behavior. Beliefs are individuated by most functionahsts in terms of that 'that'-clauses; functional states are individuated 'narrowly' (i.e.|
|Keywords||Functionalism Mental States Metaphysics|
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