Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (1):121-122 (2004)

John David Shotter
University of New Hampshire, Durham
I criticize Carpendale & Lewis's (C&L) attempt to produce a Wittgensteinian theory, as an alternative to work in the “theory of mind” tradition, not because I disagree with it as theory, but because Wittgenstein would be critical of any attempt to make such a use of his work. His concern is with descriptions, not theories.
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