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Scepticism and the First Person

Author: Samuel Charles Coval
Publisher: Routledge, 2015.
Series: Routledge library editions., Epistemology.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Coval, Samuel Charles.
Scepticism and the First Person.
Abingdon, Oxon : Taylor and Francis, ©2015
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel Charles Coval
ISBN: 9781317440437 1317440439 9781315694726 1315694727
OCLC Number: 919302719
Description: 1 online resource (134 pages).
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title Page ; Copyright Page; Original Title Page; Original Copyright Page; Dedication ; Table of Contents; INTRODUCTION; ABSTRACT; I. THE A PRIORI DEADLOCK; II. PERSONAL PRONOUNS A; III. PERSONAL PRONOUNS B; IV. PRIVATE LANGUAGE; V. EPISTEMOLOGY A; VI. EPISTEMOLOGY B; VII. SELF-ASCRIPTION AND OTHER ASCRIPTION; SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY; 1 Are pronoun differences or similarities to he dominant?; 2 The argument from necessary plurals which seems to settle the issue; 3 The argument from necessary plurals is indecisive as regards two possibilities. 4 An argument against the view that personal demonstratives are extrudable5 Does a personal particular help?; 6 Some arguments for and against personal uniqueness; 7 The present state of the argument; 8 Four things pursued; 9 Special features of the first person; 10 Are the special features of the first person needed for the performance of self-reference?; 11 Are the personal pronouns essential to the formulation of the paradoxes?; 12 The function and importance of the special features of the first person; 13 The systematically elusive 'I' 14 Which of the special features of the first person are essential to self-reference?15 Reference and self-reference.; 16 Is our view of the first person relevant to the alleviation of the paradoxes?; 17 Speaker-hearer asymmetry; 18 Symmetrical asymmetry among all three persons; 19 Systematically private language; 20 The necessity of the first person to private language; 21 Arguments not to he used; 22 The relevant nature of first person asymmetry; 23 Self-individuation pre-supposes non-self-individuation; 24 The first person overburdens private language; 25 An undercutting question. 26 Speech as action and its implications for the sceptic27 Systematically ulterior motives; 28 The sceptical position denies its own presuppositions; 29 Unhelpful answers to 'How do you know you are X?'; 30 Feeling; 31 Tactual and non-tactual feelings; 32 Non-tactual feelings and the other senses; 33 Corrigihility; 34 Material self-ascription and personal self-ascription; 35 Non-transferability; 36 P-claims, M-claims and sufficiently similar circumstances.
Series Title: Routledge library editions., Epistemology.
Responsibility: Samuel Charles Coval.

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