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|McG I 179
McGinn: domesticative theories of knowledge: Newer Version: refers to the externalism with regard to the content of consciousness: the mind and the world can diverge, as far as the skeptic would like to accept. (Putnam, Davidson).
Dav I 18
DavidsonVsHume: there are infinitely many properties, so the ignorance of imaginary objects is possible
Sense / feature / FregeVsDavidson / Frege per Hume: only what is relevant belongs to the comprehension of sense - therefore "hidden" features may not be part of the meaning - Dummett: these are the "internal characteristics".
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