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“Prima facie, both reductive naturalism (such as, for instance, a version of teleosemantics) and non-reductive naturalism”
“He adverts to the psychosemantics sometimes appealed to by certain representationalists (Dretske and Tye in particular), arguing that neither indicator/covariation semantics nor teleosemantics will predict that Cynthia is representing redness.”
“A similar point can be made about Putnam's twin earths argument, the externalization of semantics and teleosemantics.”
“Different proponents of teleosemantics have differed widely in their responses to the problem of complex causal roles.”
“Mark Rowland's "field guide" entry on teleosemantics.”
“However, it does illustrate the main differences among different versions of teleosemantics.”
“Normative teleosemantics can be construed as making a similar move: Here, it is those dispositions realizing the biological function of the mechanism of using an expression that determine meaning (where ˜biological function™ is taken to be something normative; cf. Millikan 1990,”
“(Consumer semantics embraces not only a number of different varieties of teleosemantics, but also various forms of inferential role semantics.”
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