What does it take to refer? A reply to Bojadziev
Journal/Book: J Conscious Stud. 2000; 7: PO Box 1, Thorverton Ex5 5Yx, England. Imprint Academic. 67-69.
Abstract: Bojadziev has taken issue with my distinction between strong and weak self-reference, in saying that it is reference in general and not simply self-reference that either is strong or weak. I agree completely. Here I clarify how I intend those notions and why I think that the strong case of self-reference is worthy of special attention. In short, I argue that all forms of referring involve a kind of self-referring.
Note: Article Perlis D, Univ Maryland, College Pk,MD 20742 USA