Chris Mortensen & Gerard O'Brien (1993) Representation and Causal Asymmetry
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Psycoloquy 4(19): Representation and Causal Asymmetry
REPRESENTATION AND CAUSAL ASYMMETRY
Chris Mortensen & Gerard O'Brien
Commentary on Wallis on Fodor-Representation
Department of Philosophy
The University of Adelaide
Adelaide, SA 5001, Australia
The considerations Wallis brings to bear do not undermine
the substantive aspects of Fodor's account as such, but merely
suggest that it is in need of more complicated modification.
color vision, Fodor, mind/body problem, perception,
representation, semantics, sensory transduction, verificationism
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