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|Animals||Perler/Wild I 130
Animal/Thinking/Beliefs/Davidson: not without language, because it must be possible to think of the same thing and to discover error, belief about belief - different living beings need to share the same concept of truth. - (Baseline of triangulation).
Perler/Wild I 136
Thinking/Language/Animal/Davidson: the lack of language makes thought impossible in animals - SearleVsDavidson: we know that human children have consciousness long before they have language.
Perler/Wild I 139
Animal/Propositional Attitudes/Thinking/Davidson: E.g. the dog believes his master is at home, but not that the bank manager is at home, even though they are the same person - Searle: according to this argument, there is no intentional state without a certain fact that coresponded its propositional content - SearleVsDavidson: we do not need language to recognize an incorrect belief.
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