The current orthodoxy on mental representation can be characterized in terms of three central ideas. The first is ontological, the second semantic, and the third methodological. After elucidating those, I argue that the emerging picture of mental representation is satisfactory only as an account of mental representation at the sub-personal level. It is unsatisfactory, in a principled way, as an account of mental representation at the personal level
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