Teorema_35-3_2016_Manuel García-Carpintero, M. J. Alcaraz León, G. Currie, K. Stock, F. Dorsch, E. Terrone, J. Žanić, F. Boardman, J. W. Rosenbaum, D. Dohrn, M. Poznic, G. Lorenzo González, N. Chomsky, K. Lennon, R. Hopkins, J. Hyman, J. L. Prades, D

Teorema n.º XXXV/3, 2016

Lo que se aprende de la ficción / Learning from Fiction
Director invitado/Guest Editor: Manuel García-Carpintero
M. García-Carpintero, Recent Debates on Learning from Fiction 5
M. J. Alcaraz León, Is there a Specific Sort of Knowledge from Fictional Works? 21
G. Currie, Does Fiction Make Us Less Empathic? 47
K. Stock, Learning from Fiction and Theories of Fictional Content 69
F. Dorsch, Knowledge by Imagination – How Imaginative Experience
Can Ground Factual Knowledge 87
E. Terrone, Happiness is Like This. Fiction as a Repertoire of Indexical Predicates 117
J. Žanić, Generality in Fiction 133
F. Boardman, The Cognitive Value of Fiction: Two Models 149
J. W. Rosenbaum, Poetic License: Learning Morality from Fiction
in Light of Imaginative Resistance 165
D. Dohrn, Fiction and Thought Experiment – A Case Study 185
M. Poznic, Make-Believe and Model-Based Representation in Science: The
Epistemology of Frigg’s and Toon’s Fictionalist Views of Modeling 201
Nota crítica/Critical Notice
G. Lorenzo González, What is it Like to Be a Human Being? Language Design 
and its Implications for the “Human Nature” Debate
(N. Chomsky, What Kind of Creatures Are We?) 219
Revista de libros/Book Reviews
K. Lennon, Imagination and the Imaginary, by R. Hopkins 233
J. Hyman, Action, Knowledge & Will, por J. L. Prades 238
D. Star, Knowing Better: Virtue, Deliberation and Normative Ethics, 
by J. Suárez Díaz 243