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2018, br. 31, str. 127-153
Theories of understanding others: The need for a new account and the guiding role of the person model theory
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Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Bochum, Germany
Project of the DFG-Research TrainingGroup (no. GRK2185) Situated Cognition
Project of the DFG (NE 576/14-1) Thestructure and development of understanding actions and reasons

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What would be an adequate theory of social understanding? In the last decade, the philosophical debate has focused on Theory Theory, Simulation Theory and Interaction Theory as the three possible candidates. In the following, we look carefully at each of these and describe its main advantages and disadvantages. Based on this critical analysis, we formulate the need for a new account of social understanding. We propose the Person Model Theory as an independent new account which has greater explanatory power compared to the existing theories.
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DOI: 10.5937/BPA1831127C
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