Representation and Misrepresentation of Knowledge

Behavioral and Brain Sciences (forthcoming)
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I argue for three points: First, evidence of the primacy of knowledge representation is not evidence of primacy of knowledge. Second, knowledge-oriented mindreading research should also focus on misrepresentations and biased representations of knowledge. Third, knowledge-oriented mindreading research must confront the problem of the gold standard that arises when disagreement about knowledge complicates the interpretation of empirical findings.

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Mikkel Gerken
University of Southern Denmark


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