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[catalogued under 18. Thought / C. Content / 1. Content]

Full Idea

I assume that the contents of thought can be accounted for by appeal to just two general sorts of ingredient - properties (including relations) and indexicals.

Gist of Idea

All thought represents either properties or indexicals

Source

Laurence Bonjour (In Defence of Pure Reason [1998], 6.7)

Book Reference

Bonjour,Laurence: 'In Defense of Pure Reason' [CUP 1998], p.180


A Reaction

I don't accept that relations are a type of properties. Since he does not include objects or substances, I take it that he considers objects to be bundles of properties.