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  1. False Re-Representations in Self-Knowledge.Anita Pacholik-Żuromska - forthcoming - Logic and Logical Philosophy:1.
    Self-knowledge (SK) is a natural ability of the human cognitive system and is defined as a complex re-representation of knowledge subject has about her own internal states. It is composed of two basic representations: the representation of I and the representation of the experienced state. SK has a propositional (i.e. language-like) form and can be expressed in the form of self-reports like “I believe that I believe that p”. It has then the form of a second-order belief which, as a (...)
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