Philosophical Papers: Volume 2, Mind, Language and Reality
1 Language and philosophy
2 The analytic and synthetic
3 Do true assertions correspond to reality?
4 Some issues in the theory of grammar
5 The ‘innateness hypothesis’ and explanatory models in linguistics
6 How not to talk about meaning
7 Review of The concept of a person
8 Is semantics possible?
9 The refutation of conventionalism
10 Reply to Gerald Massey
11 Explanation and reference
12 The meaning of ‘meaning’
13 Language and reality
14 Philosophy and our mental life
15 Dreaming and ‘depth grammar’
16 Brains and behaviour
17 Other minds
18 Minds and machines
19 Robots: machines or artificially created life?
20 The mental life of some machines
21 The nature of mental states
22 Logical positivism and the philosophy of mind
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Language and philosophy
The analytic and the synthetic
Do true assertions correspond to reality?
Some issues in the theory of grammar
The innateness hypothesis and explanatory models in linguistics
How not to talk about meaning
Review of The concept of a person
Is semantics possible?
Philosophy and our mental life
Dreaming and depth grammar
Brains and behavior
Minds and machines
Robots machines or artificially created life?
The mental life of some machines
The nature of mental states
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