Elusive Aspects in Personal Attributions

  1. Manuel Liz
Journal:
Teorema: Revista internacional de filosofía

ISSN: 0210-1602

Year of publication: 2022

Volume: 41

Issue: 2

Pages: 205-230

Type: Article

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  • Journal Impact: 0.020
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  • Human Sciences: A

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Abstract

In their recent book, Diana Pérez and Antoni Gomila claim that attributions of psychological properties in the second-person are not reducible to any other kind of attributions. Also, they claim that those attributions play a crucial role in understanding personal interactions and who we are. We analyze some conceptual problems that the notion of second person perspective poses. We argue 1) that there are elusive aspects in the adoption of all kinds of personal perspectives, 2) that those elusive aspects play a crucial role in understanding personal interactions and who we are, and 3) that those aspects articulate the very distinction between the various personal perspectives.

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