Language, Thought, and Other Biological Categories: New Foundations for Realism
Ruth Garrett Millikan
Beginning with a normal concept of functionality utilized to physique organs, behaviors, customs, and either internal and outer representations, Ruth Millikan argues that the intentionality of language might be defined regardless of speaker intentions and that an realizing of the intentionality of concept can and will be divorced from the matter of knowing awareness. the consequences aid a realist conception of fact and of universals, and open the way in which for a nonfoundationalist and nonholistic method of epistemology.
A Bradford Book