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Includes bibliographical references (pages -201) and index.
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Other minds and their place in the Hume-literature A modern approach Scepticism versus naturalism The vulgar and the philosopher Relative ideas Concepts of the real Intuition and common sense Epistemic responsibility Degeneration of reason Just philosophy Conceiving minds Abstraction Argument from analogy Sympathy Limitations Generality Hume's concept of mind The world and the other Habit and intersubjective responsiveness Belief and education Mental facts Signs of mind and world The belief-grounding function of sympathy Corrigibility of belief Cognitive architecture.