Proper Functionalism

Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (2016)

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Kenneth Boyce
University of Missouri, Columbia
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Proper Functionalism ‘Proper Functionalism’ refers to a family of epistemological views according to which whether a belief was formed by way of properly functioning cognitive faculties plays a crucial role in whether it has a certain kind of positive epistemic status (such as being an item of knowledge, or a … Continue reading Proper Functionalism →
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