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Expression and the Inner

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$37.00 • £32.95 • €33.95

ISBN 9780674030442

Publication Date: 12/15/2008

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194 pages

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  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction
  • I. Detectivism and Constitutivism
    • 1. Detectivism
      • 1.1. Old Detectivism
      • 1.2. New Detectivism
      • 1.3. A Dialogue
    • 2. Constitutivism
      • 2.1. “A Kind of Decision”
      • 2.2. Interpretation and Stipulation
      • 2.3. The Responsibility Objection
    • 3. Between Detectivism and Constitutivism
      • 3.1. Experience and the Logical Space of Reasons
      • 3.2. The Middle Path
      • 3.3. When a Dog Feels Pain
      • 3.4. The Phantom Smell Objection
      • 3.5. Back to Detectivism?
  • II. Expression
    • 4. Meaning, Expression, and Expressivism
      • 4.1. Meaning
      • 4.2. Expression
      • 4.3. Expressivism
    • 5. Authority and Consciousness
      • 5.1. A Three-Paragraph Account of First-Person Authority
      • 5.2. Other Varieties of First-Person Authority
      • 5.3. Expression and Context
      • 5.4. Conscious or Unconscious
      • 5.5. Between Conscious and Unconscious
      • 5.6. The Logical Space of Animate Life
    • 6. Sensations, Animals, and Knowledge
      • 6.1. “But Isn’t the Beginning the Sensation—Which I Describe?”
      • 6.2. “It Is Not a Something, but Not a Nothing Either!”
      • 6.3. The Mental as Such
      • 6.4. Self-Knowledge?
  • Postscript: Deliberation and Transparency
  • Abbreviations Used in This Book
  • References
  • Index

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