Consciousness and Cognition

Philosophical Studies 132 (3):581-593 (2007)
This paper is a discussion of Michael Thau's interesting critique in Chapter 2 of Consciousness and Cognition, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002, of the common view that beliefs are internal states.
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