The self and self-knowledge

Experts explore the nature of thoughts about ourselves, and the distinctively human ability to know the kind of mental states we enjoy. They adopt a range of perspectives - from the normative to the phenomenological, from neo-expressivism to constitutivism - to deepen our understanding of these cent...

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Main Author: Coliva, Annalisa
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Oxford Oxford University Press 2012, 2012
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