Representation and reality
Part I raises the problems that will shape our investigation of representation. Locke's account is inadequate because of its failure to allow any role to an agent who creates or understands the representational relation. Representation occurs mysteriously by means of mediating entities. This inadequacy becomes even more evident in contrast with Aquinas' account of the activity of mind: representation for Aquinas is an act (not an object) of mind. A reading of Aquinas also illuminates the...[Show more]
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