6.23 Semantic Externalism

Keywords: brains, putnam, thoughts, vat, biv, twin, water, brain, privileged, externalism, burge, english, contents, utterances, content

Number of Articles: 48
Weighted Number of Articles: 48.93595

Characteristic Articles

  1. Anthony Brueckner (1994) “Knowledge Of Content And Knowledge Of The World” Philosophical Review 103:327-343.
  2. Anthony L. Brueckner (1986) “Brains In A Vat” Journal of Philosophy 83:148-167.
  3. Kevin Falvey and Joseph Owens (1994) “Externalism, Self-Knowledge, And Skepticism” Philosophical Review 103:107-137.
  4. Harold W. Noonan (2000) “Reply To Sawyer On Brains In Vats” Analysis 60:247-249.
  5. Jane Mcintyre (1984) “Putnam’s Brains” Analysis 44:59-61.
  6. Ted A. Warfield (1997) “Externalism, Privileged Self-Knowledge, And The Irrelevance Of Slow Switching” Analysis 57:282-284.
  7. Anthony Brueckner (2007) “Scepticism About Self-Knowledge Redux” Analysis 67:311-315.
  8. Ted A. Warfield (1992) “Privileged Self-Knowledge And Externalism Are Compatible” Analysis 52:232-237.
  9. Marian David (1991) “Neither Mentioning ‘Brains In A Vat’ Nor Mentioning Brains In A Vat Will Prove That We Are Not Brains In A Vat” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research 51:891-896.
  10. Anthony Brueckner (1992) “If I Am A Brain In A Vat, Then I Am Not A Brain In A Vat” Mind 101:123-128.