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  1. H. J. Glock (2000). Animals, Thoughts and Concepts. Synthese 123 (1):35-104.
    There are three main positions on animalthought: lingualism denies that non-linguistic animalshave any thoughts; mentalism maintains that theirthoughts differ from ours only in degree, due totheir different perceptual inputs; an intermediateposition, occupied by common sense and Wittgenstein,maintains that animals can have thoughts of a simplekind. This paper argues in favor of an intermediateposition. It considers the most important arguments infavor of lingualism, namely those inspired byDavidson: the argument from the intensional nature ofthought (Section 1); the idea that thoughts involveconcepts (Sections (...)
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    H. J. Glock & John M. Preston (1995). Externalism and First-Person Authority. The Monist 78 (4):515-33.
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    H. J. Glock (1996). Abusing Use1. Dialectica 50 (3):205-224.
    summaryThis paper discusses objections against the idea that the meaning of a word is its use. Sct. 1 accepts Rundle's point that ‘meaning’ and ‘use’ are used differently, but insists that this is compatible with holding that use determines meaning, an therefore holds the key to conceptual analysis. Scts. 2–4 rebut three lines of argument which claim that linguistic philosophy goes astray by reading into the meaning of words non‐semantic features of its use: Searle's general speech act fallacy charge, Hacker's (...)
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    H. J. Glock, Review Of: T. Baldwin: Contemporary Philosophy. [REVIEW]
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    H. J. Glock, Imposters, Bunglers and Relativists.
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    H. J. Glock, The Bounds of Sense and the Rules of Grammar.
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    H. J. Glock, Insignificant Others: The Mutual Predjudices of Anglophone and Germanophone Philosophy.
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    H. J. Glock (1997). Relativism and Radical Interpretation. The European Legacy 2 (4):603-608.
    It has been argued by a number of philosophers that relativism of rationality and truth is inconsistent with the preconditions for radical interpretation of speech. For radical interpretation involves the imposition of certain universal standards of rationality and truth upon the material to be interpreted. Hence an anti-Relativist argument ensues. Against this, I argue that the principles of radical interpretation leave sufficient slack for relativism of a non-Trivial sort to creep in.
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    H. J. Glock, Ontology.
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    H. J. Glock, Review Of: J. Genova: Wittgenstein: A Way of Seeing. [REVIEW]
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    H. J. Glock, Strawson, Peter Frederick.
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    H. J. Glock, Philosophy.
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    H. J. Glock, Language, Philosophy Of.
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  14. H. J. Glock (2003). Neural Representationalism. Facta Philosophica 5 (1):105-129.
     
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