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Formal and Intentional Semantics

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Tamás Demeter Mental Fictionalism: The Very Idea
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Adam Morton Imaginary Emotions
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Richard Joyce Psychological Fictionalism, and the Threat of Fictionalist Suicide
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Mark Sprevak Fictionalism about Neural Representations
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Chris Daly Psychology and Indispensability
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Daniel Hutto Fictionalism about Folk Psychology
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T. Parent In the Mental Fiction, Mental Fictionalism Is Fictitious
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Miklós Márton, János Tözsér Mental Fictionalism As an Undermotivated Theory
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Our paper consists of three parts. In the first part we explain the concept of mental fictionalism. In the second part, we present the various versions of fictionalism and their main sources of motivation.We do this because in the third part we argue that mental fictionalism, as opposed to other versions of fictionalism, is a highly undermotivated theory.
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Scope of Forthcoming Issues
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Contents of Volume 96
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