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Intentionality and Theodicy

The following line of thought is commonly found in analytic philosophy of mind: the reason calcluators, for instance, are not minds is that the symbols they manipulate in order to solve mathematical problems to not mean anything to them (the calculators). It is not that their symbols/representations lack meaning or reference. Rather, they have the [...]Continue reading . . . News source: The Prosblogion Full article:Intentionality and Theodicy Read more [...]