On 3/2/2013 11:56 PM, Stathis Papaioannou wrote:
So you admit that what you say contradicts the fact that you are
>intentionally saying it?
"Intentional", as far as I can understand its use in philosophy, is
more or less equivalent to "mental" or "conscious". You seem to take
it as an a priori fact that something that is either deterministic or
random cannot have intentionality. This seems to me obviously wrong.
Me too. Intentionality just consists in having a hierarchy of goals which drive actions.
To say something is done intentionally just means it is done pursuant to some goal. When
the Mars rover steers around rock it does so intentionally in order to reach some place
beyond which is a higher level goal.
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