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Sunday Book Group

  • Feb 24, 2013 · 2:00 PM

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  • Brian B

    Good discussion on collective intentionality. Thanks for bringing up your questions.

    February 25, 2013

  • Ana

    I have to miss today. My apologies for the late notice.

    February 24, 2013

  • Kim

    February 19, 2013

  • Kim

    Searle has strongly argued[5] that the following passage from Elizabeth Anscombe's work Intention was, by far, "the best illustration" of the distinction between the tasks of "[getting] the words (more strictly their propositional content) to match the world… [and that of getting] the world to match the words":

    §Let us consider a man going round a town with a shopping list in his hand. Now it is clear that the relation of this list to the things he actually buys is one and the same whether his wife gave him the list or it is his own list; and that there is a different relation where a list is made by a detective following him about. If he made the list itself, it was an expression of intention; if his wife gave it him, it has the role of an order. What then is the identical relation to what happens, in the order and the intention, which is not shared by the record? etc.

    February 19, 2013

  • Kim I studied comparative culture (Asia-U.S./Europe) so I'm familiar with this type of example. How is it relevant to the book? Social reality is different? Word-to-World? World-to-Word?

    February 17, 2013

  • Kim This may be the one that has the explanation of world-to-word, word-to-world..

    February 17, 2013

  • Kim

    For Larry who asked about philosophy of language articles.

    February 17, 2013

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