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Jerry Fodor, 9 October 2003

Thinking without Words 
by José LuisBermúdez.
Oxford, 225 pp., £25, May 2003, 0 19 515969 1
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... the best they’ve got is less a theory than a programme of research. That is the background for José LuisBermúdez’s book, so let’s start with it. This seems safe: Stanley must have done some thinking. He must have inferred, on the basis of his beliefs, memories, hunches (etc) about the situation in which he ...

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