The claim is that all that need be said from the point of view of language about self-knowledge is contained in the chapter's title. There's no need to posit special senses, contents, or modes of identification that are distinctive of self-knowledge.
Keywords: first-person; immunity to error; indexicals; reference; self-consciousness; self-knowledge; sense
Chapter. 7915 words.
Subjects: Philosophy of Mind
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