2.3a. Information-Based Accounts of Mental Content (Information-Based Accounts of Mental Content on PhilPapers)
I suppose that sooner or later the physicists will complete the catalogue they've been compiling of theSome philosophers have reacted to this clash by giving up one of the two views generating the tension. For example, Churchland, 1981 ] opts for intentional irrealism in order to save ontological naturalism, while
ultimate and irreducible properties of things. When they do, the likes of _spin_, _charm_, and _charge_ will perhaps
appear upon their list. But _aboutness_ surely won't; intentionality simply doesn't go that deep.... If aboutness is
real, it must be really something else ([ Fodor, 1987 ], 97).