By William Lyons
Methods to Intentionality is an authoritative and obtainable account of an issue imperative to modern philosophy of brain. Lyons first offers a serious survey of the present debate concerning the nature of intentionality, then strikes directly to supply an unique new thought. The ebook is written all through in a transparent, direct, and energetic sort.
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