Reasoning, Meaning, and Mind

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  • Title Page iii
  • ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS vii
  • Contents ix
  • Introduction 1
  • PART I Reasoning 7
  • Rationality 9
  • 2- Practical Reasoning 46
  • 3- Simplicity as a Pragmatic Criterion For Deciding What Hypotheses To Take Seriously 75
  • 4- Pragmatism and Reasons For Belief 93
  • Part II- Analyticity 117
  • 5- The Death of Meaning 119
  • 6- Doubts About Conceptual Analysis 138
  • 7- Analyticity Regained? 144
  • Part III- Meaning 153
  • 8- Three Levels of Meaning 155
  • 9- Language, Thought, And Communication 166
  • 10- Language Learning 183
  • 11- Meaning and Semantics 192
  • 12- (nonsolipsistic) Conceptual Role Semantics 206
  • PART IV Mind 233
  • 13- Wide Functionalism 235
  • 14- The Intrinsic Quality Of Experience 244
  • 15- Immanent and Transcendent Approaches to Meaning And Mind 262
  • Bibliography 277
  • INDEX OF NAMES 287
  • INDEX OF SUBJECTS 289
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