"I"-thoughts: Criteria, constitution, and concept possession

Gary Fuller, Carol W. Slater

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We shall focus on three areas covered in Bermudez's 1998, 1999) book: the project of giving an account of "I"-thoughts which meets various desiderata, the account of the initial problem of circularity in trying to explain "I"-thoughts in terms of the publiclanguage "I," and the account of concept possession. We shall raise problems of clarity as well as of substance that we find in these areas.

Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - 2000


  • Cognitive maps
  • Concepts
  • Content
  • Ecological self
  • Navigation
  • Proprioception
  • Self-consciousness
  • Self-reference
  • Visual perception


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