This article contrasts two different kinds of account of our knowledge of our own thoughts. According to standard theories, self-knowledge of at least a subset of thoughts is direct and non-interpretive. According to the alternative, which will be elaborated and defended here, self-knowledge results from turning our mindreading capacities on ourselves, relying on the same sensory channels that we employ for other-knowledge and utilizing many of the same sensory cues.
|Titolo:||Mindreading the Self|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2014|
|Citazione:||Marraffa M (2014). Mindreading the Self. SISTEMI INTELLIGENTI, 26(1).|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.6 Traduzione in rivista|