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On Descartes Myth
On the Distinction Between Knowing how and Knowing what
Dispositions and Occurrences
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A. C. Ewing A. J. Ayer abilities absurd acting intelligently actions admit analysis argument behave belonging C. A. Mace capacity category mistake causal Concept of Mind conjoin or disjoin consciousness cycle deny Descartes difficult dispositional concepts dispositional property distinction dualism emotions entities episodic epistemologists everyday existence explained expression fact feelings G. E. Moore Gilbert Ryle heed human mind hypothetical statements Ibid imagination implies indicate individual individual's inference infinite regress intellectual operations introspection invariably involved know French know ourselves knowledge logical behaviour logical types meaning mental concepts mental operations mental-conduct concepts motives nature non-parallelism observable behaviour occult occurrences ordinary language overt behaviour particular perceiving perception performed philosopher's myth philosophers physical objects privileged access Prof reality reference rules Ryle holds Ryle observes Ryle's self-knowledge sensation and observation sense sense-data significant mental epithets species Stuart Hampshire supposed theory things thinking tion understanding various visualizing witness