Facing Facts

Clarendon Press (2001)
This book is an original examination of attempts to dislodge a cornerstone of modern philosophy: the idea that our thoughts and utterances are representations ...
Keywords Facts   Philosophy, Modern
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ISBN(s) 0199247153   9780199247158     0199247153
DOI 10.1093/mind/112.448.780
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