Challenging Liberal Representationalism: A Reply to Artiga

Schulte P (2019)
DIALECTICA 73(3): 331-348.

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Abstract / Bemerkung
Liberal representationalism is the view that even some internal states of very simple organisms like plants or bacteria count as genuine representations. This view has been heavily criticized by many authors, including myself. In a recent paper, Marc Artiga attempts to defend liberal representationalism against these criticisms. One of his main targets is an argument of explanatory exclusion that he ascribes to Burge, Ramsey, Rescorla, Sterelny and me (among others). In this paper, I reply to Artiga by distinguishing the exclusion argument that he focuses on from what is, in my view, the real explanatory challenge for liberal representationalism, and I argue that none of the considerations put forward by Artiga in defense of the liberal view provide an adequate answer to this challenge.
Erscheinungsjahr
2019
Zeitschriftentitel
DIALECTICA
Band
73
Ausgabe
3
Seite(n)
331-348
ISSN
0012-2017
eISSN
1746-8361
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2939449

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Schulte P. Challenging Liberal Representationalism: A Reply to Artiga. DIALECTICA. 2019;73(3):331-348.
Schulte, P. (2019). Challenging Liberal Representationalism: A Reply to Artiga. DIALECTICA, 73(3), 331-348. doi:10.1111/1746-8361.12275
Schulte, P. (2019). Challenging Liberal Representationalism: A Reply to Artiga. DIALECTICA 73, 331-348.
Schulte, P., 2019. Challenging Liberal Representationalism: A Reply to Artiga. DIALECTICA, 73(3), p 331-348.
P. Schulte, “Challenging Liberal Representationalism: A Reply to Artiga”, DIALECTICA, vol. 73, 2019, pp. 331-348.
Schulte, P.: Challenging Liberal Representationalism: A Reply to Artiga. DIALECTICA. 73, 331-348 (2019).
Schulte, Peter. “Challenging Liberal Representationalism: A Reply to Artiga”. DIALECTICA 73.3 (2019): 331-348.