[SydPhil] A New theory of Intentional Identity: Alex Sandgren Thursday
kristie.miller at sydney.edu.au
Wed Sep 7 08:50:59 AEST 2016
This Thursday's current projects will be presented by Alex Sandgren (ANU) on:
Title: A New Theory of Intentional Identity
Abstract: There is intentional identity when attitudes have a common focus, whether or not there is an object at that focus. For instance, there is intentional identity when two beliefs are about London and when two beliefs are directed at the same witch. Theories of intentional identity are accounts of when and why intentional attitudes have a common focus in this sense. In this talk, I present a new theory of intentional identity, the triangulation theory, and argue that it has some major advantages over its principal rivals.
As usual, papers are in the Muniment Room at 3.00. All welcome.
Associate Professor Kristie Miller
Senior ARC Research Fellow
Joint Director, the Centre for Time
School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry and
The Centre for Time
The University of Sydney
Room 407, A 14
kmiller at usyd.edu.au
kristie_miller at yahoo.com
Ph: +612 9036 9663
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