Earlier versions of this paper were presented to the philosophy of mind seminar of the Centere National de la Recherche Scientifique in Paris, a conference on the Chomskyan turn in Jerusalem, the Oxford Philosophical Society, the Society for Philosophy and Psychology, and the philosophy departments at King's College, London and Rutgers University. Commentator and audience comments on all of these occasions were most helpful. I am particularly indebted to Michael Ayers, Michael Bratman, Pascal Engel, Jerry Foder, Elizabeth Fricker, Samuel Guttenplan, J. Christopher Maloney, Christopher Peacocke, Stephen Schiffer, and Robert van Gulick. Special thanks are due to Holly Smith, who read and commented on several previous drafts.
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Mind & Language
Volume 4, Issue 3, pages 161–185, September 1989
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GOLDMAN, A. I. (1989), Interpretation Psychologized. Mind & Language, 4: 161–185. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-0017.1989.tb00249.x
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