The European Review of Philosophy aims at restoring the tradition of rigorous philosophical discussion by bringing together new philosophers from various parts of Europe and by making their works on a wide range of topics available to the philosophical community.
The theme of this volume is cognitive dynamics, which was coined by David Kaplan in his classical work "Demonstratives." The contributors touch on important requirements on the theory of cognitive dynamics such as, the presence of change of mind, the question of the relative priority of the theories of thought and language, and changes in context and content.
was a researcher at the Swiss Science Foundation at the University of Geneva at the time of this publication.
- Part I: Cognitive Dynamics
- Rip van Winkle and Other Characters
- The Dynamics of Situations
- Dynamic Thoughts and Empty Minds
- Dynamic and Coherent Thoughts
- Cognitive Dynamics
- Belief, Content, and Cause
Tobies Grimaltos and Carlos J. Moya
- Part II: Other Topics
- Critical Notice of François Recanati's Direct Reference