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Swinburne on thought and consciousness
Some years ago H. H. Price put forward a dispositional account of thinking, suggesting that we are never directly aware of our thoughts as such, and claiming that we are, at most, conscious of inner word images (auditory ...
Kripke's sceptical paradox : normativeness and meaning
Saul Kripke's recent discussion of Wittgenstein's later philosophy presents a powerful sceptical paradox. The conclusion of it is that no facts about an individual considered on his own determine what he means by his words. ...