Immunity to error through misidentification : new essays

"Immunity to error through misidentification is recognised as an important feature of certain kinds of first-person judgments, as well as arguably being a feature of other indexical or demonstrative judgments. In this collection of newly commissioned essays, the contributors present a variety o...

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Other Authors : Prosser Simon (Éditeur scientifique), Récanati François (Éditeur scientifique)
Format : Book
Language : anglais
Title statement : Immunity to error through misidentification : new essays / edited by Simon Prosser and François Recanati
Published : Cambridge, New York : Cambridge University Press , 2014
Physical Description : 1 vol. (x, 294 p.)
Content : Machine generated contents note: 1. On the thesis that 'I' is not a referring term John Campbell; 2. Which 'key to all mythologies' about the self?. A note on where the illusions of transcendence come from and how to resist them Annalisa Coliva; 3. Two takes on the de se Marina Folescu and James Higginbotham; 4. Immunity to error as an artefact of transition between representational media Jenann Ismael; 5. Two uses of 'I' as subject? Be;atrice Longuenesse; 6. Immunity to error through misidentification: what does it tell us about the de se? Daniel Morgan; 7. Action and immunity to error through misidentification Lucy O'Brien; 8. Explaining de se phenomena Christopher Peacocke; 9. Sources of immunity to error through misidentification Simon Prosser; 10. Immunity to error through misidentification: what it is and where it comes from François Recanati; 11. I and I: immunity to error through misidentification of the subject Galen Strawson; 12. Bodily immunity to error Fre;de;rique de Vignemont; 13. Reflections on François Recanati's 'Immunity to error through misidentification: what it is and where it comes from' Crispin Wright
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Bib. Philosophie - Lettres anciennes

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