From the Rudimentary to the Robust Stage of the First-Person Perspective
Baker (Lynne Rudder)
Source: Baker (Lynne Rudder) - Naturalism and the First-Person Perspective, Chapter 6
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Author’s Abstract1

  1. Chapter 6 is an account of the road from the rudimentary to the robust stage of the first-person perspective2, or more colloquially, from consciousness to self-consciousness3.
  2. The focus is on a social conception of language and the acquisition of a self-concept.
  3. The chapter concludes with a summary of my non-Cartesian account of human persons.
  4. Parts of this chapter draw on

  1. The First-Person Perspective4: Consciousness and Self-Consciousness5 – 128
  2. Language and the Acquisition of Concepts – 130
  3. How to Acquire a Self-Concept – 135
  4. Human Persons: Wrap Up – 141

In-Page Footnotes

Footnote 1: Taken from "Baker (Lynne Rudder) - Naturalism and the First-Person Perspective: What Is The Problem?".

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