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Monsters Among Us

Canadian Journal of Philosophy 31 (sup1):167-184 (2001)

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  1. The Dilemma of Ahistorical Teleosemantics.Fabian Hundertmark - forthcoming - Philosophy of Science.
    Teleosemantic theories aim to naturalize mental representation through the use of functions, typically based on past selection processes. However, the historical dependence of these theories has faced severe criticism, leading some philosophers to develop ahistorical alternatives. -/- This paper presents a new dilemma for all ahistorical teleosemantic theories, focusing in particular on the theories proposed by Timothy Schroeder and Bence Nanay. These theories require certain dispositions in the producers or consumers of mental representations. But the appeal to dispositions puts the (...)
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