2 edition of Mental acts. found in the catalog.
P. T. Geach
|Series||Studies in philosophical psychology|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||136|
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The second half of the book addresses now rather narrow-sounding Quinean worries about quantifying into indirect contexts, and develops along the way Geach's heterodox theory of ideas like "this spoon" and "three chairs", as well as his St. Thomas-derived account of mental acts as "saying in one's heart".4/5(2).
Mental Acts book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5(2). "Geach insists, in opposition to the behaviorism of the day, that there are episodic mental acts such as acts of judgment. How to characterize such mental acts remains as problematic as it was fifty years ago, and his book still has much to teach us.
He begins with an attack on the abstractionist theory of concept-formation, then goes on to criticize the relational theory of. Mental Acts Geach, Peter. Geach insists, in opposition to the behaviorism of the day, that there are episodic mental acts such as acts of judgment.
How to characterize such mental acts remains as problematic as it was fifty years ago, and his book still has much to teach us. He begins with an attack on the abstractionist theory of concept. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Originally published: London: Routledge and K.
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