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    N/a,Tomas Marvan
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Cambridge Scholar Press. Anthony C. Grayling - 2006 - In Tomáš Marvan (e., What Determines Content?: The ism Dispute. Cambridge Scholars Press.

Filosoficky Casopis 58:443-446 (2010). Institute of Philosophy, Czech Academy of Sciences. Cambridge Scholar Press. What Determines Content?: The ism Dispute. Tomáš Marvan (e. - 2006 - Cambridge Scholars Press. Content Externalism and Fregean Sense. Tim Crane on the ism Debate.

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Cambridge Scholars Press. Wittgenstein's Externalism: Context, Self-Knowledge & the Past. William Child - 2006 - In Tomáš Marvan (e., What Determines Content?

Cambridge Scholars Press. Internalism and Externalism in Semantics and Epistemology. Sanford C. Goldberg (e. - 2007 - Oxford University Press. Externalism, Internalism, and Knowledge of Content.

Internalism and externalism are two opposing ways of explaining various subjects in several areas of philosophy. These include human motivation, knowledge, justification, meaning, and truth. The distinction arises in many areas of debate with similar but distinct meanings. Internalism is the thesis that no fact about the world can provide reasons for action independently of desires and beliefs. Externalism is the thesis that reasons are to be identified with objective features of the world.

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Books Teleology (1976) Cambridge University Press (232pp + vii). Reference and Deference’ – amended version (2006) in What Determines Content? The ism Dispute, (ed) Tomas Marvan. Korean translation by Weon-Ki Yoo published in 2005 by Keimyung University Press. A collection of original essays by Daniel C. Dennett, Kent Bach, Tyler Burge, Stephen Stich, Colin McGinn and Andrew Woodfield.

The ism (I-E) debate lies near the center of. .

The ism (I-E) debate lies near the center of contemporary discussion about epistemology. The basic idea of internalism is that justification is solely determined by factors that are internal to a person. Externalists deny this, asserting that justification depends on additional factors that are external to a person. The simple conception of the I-E debate as a dispute over whether the facts that determine justification are all internal to a person is complicated by several factors. First, some epistemologists understand externalism as a view that knowledge does not require justification while others think it should be understood as an externalist view of justification.

May 12, 2019Ebookscontent, determines, dispute, externalism, internalismadmin. What determines content? : the ism dispute (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009, 273 p. Author: Marvan, Tomáš. ISBN: 9781443804035,1443804037.

A distinguished team of fourteen European philosophers addresses the current debates on internalism versus externalism in the philosophy of language and mind. The main objective of the volume is to demonstrate the philosophical significance and fruitfulness of the internalism/externalism debate on a wide range of issues, and to do so in a manner which is sophisticated yet accessible to non-specialists. The issues authors deal with include linguistic deference, interpreting classical externalist thought-experiments by Putnam and Burge, the nature of Wittgenstein s externalism, apriority, intersubjective externalism, and object-dependence of thought and temporal externalism. Some of the contributors try to strike a balance between internalist and externalist position.