This paper originated in a talk in March 2009, as a part of a Mellon foundation series on philosophy of mind and cognitive science at Brown University. Versions of it have been presented at the Institut Jean Nicod in Sept 2009, at the Dubrovnik philosophy conference, and at the University of Oslo in 2010. I want to thank my hosts at these various institutions for the occasions—particularly Katarina Samoilova at Brown—for their useful comments and advice, as well as Mark Engelbert and Max Heiber here at Maryland for lively discussions of the topic. And I'm indebted to Jonathan Adler, Ned Block, Tyler Burge, David Bennett, Peter Carruthers, Michael Devitt, Matt Gifford, Carsten Hansen, Joe Levine, Robert Lurz, Chris Peacocke, Joelle Proust, Rachel Singpurwalla, Andreas Stokke and anonymous referees of this journal, all for calling attention to issues in drafts.
We Are Not All ‘Self-Blind’: A Defense of a Modest Introspectionism
Article first published online: 4 JUN 2013
© 2013 Blackwell Publishing Ltd
Mind & Language
Volume 28, Issue 3, pages 259–285, June 2013
How to Cite
REY, G. (2013), We Are Not All ‘Self-Blind’: A Defense of a Modest Introspectionism. Mind & Language, 28: 259–285. doi: 10.1111/mila.12018
In the time between the finishing of a draft that Carruthers read and the publication of it here, Carruthers has now written an entire (2011a) book on the topic, inter alia, replying to that draft. I'm not going to alter the passages he cites, except to insert footnotes briefly indicating replies to his replies that I discuss at greater length in a postscript at my website (Rey, ). See also Carruthers, and Rey, for a further exchange between us.
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