This book will aim to introduce the main philosophical issues surrounding the idea of mental representation - or intentionality. It addresses the question "what does it take for one thing to represent another?" this question is at the heart of much of the most exciting research in the philosophy and psychology today. It has led to speculations about the mind's status as a computer, for example.
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