Intérprete Omnisciente, Caridad Y Externalismo

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Se discute el argumento del intérprete omnisciente formulado por DonaldDavidson, en relación con otros dos aspectos de la filosofía davidsoniana:el principio de caridad y la concepción externalista del significado. Se busca mostrar que el argumento ha funcionado antes como una consecuenciade la caracterización davidsoniana de la interpretación radical que como unelemento de fortalecimiento de la misma, o bien presupone la metodologíadavidsoniana de interpretación basada en el principio de caridad, cuyos problemas trataba de solucionar, o bien presupone la concepción externalista delsignificado, lo que le quita utilidad.The omniscient interpreter argument laid by Donald Davidson isdiscussed, in relation to two other aspects of the davidsonian philosophy: theprinciple of charity and the externalist conception of meaning. It’s attemptedto show that the argument has worked rather as a result of the davidsoniancharacterization of the radical interpretation, than as a building factor of thatone, in so far as, either presupposes the davidsonian interpretation methodologybased on the principle of charity, whose problems tried to solve, or presupposesthe externalist conception of meaning, what it takes away its utility
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