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PHIL 6254 : Mental Representation
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Thoughts are like pictures of the world in that they represent the world. But thoughts sometimes represent the world in ways that don’t correspond to the way it actually is. How do thoughts come to have representational content? Why do we have thoughts? Such questions are considered through the careful reading of recent work on the subject.
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