"This is an important new Cummins work... To read Cummins' material is to be forced to look at the familiar problems of intentionality from an unprecedented angle, and to re-evaluate one's own views in light of his new objections to the Representational theory in particular. This book cannot fail to deepen understanding, even if one rejects Cummins' own contentions and even if one's own opinions all survive the exercise." William J. Lycan, University of North Carolina
About the Author
Robert Cummins is Professor of Philosophy at University of Illinois-Urbana/Champaign.