Mindreading: A Psychological Analysis

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A. In order to clarify the terms which we will be using throughout our description, we can start exposing what mindreading means. This term is generally understood to mean encompasses the ability to read other´s minds, that is, being able to apprehend (infer?) mental states (desires, feelings, aims, thoughts) different of our own. One example of mental state is false belief, which can be explained as a wrong assumption held by someone. Even though it can be seen as a normal feature, mindreading, according to psychologists it is the result of a developmental trajectory: the slowly maturity of biological and cognitive mechanisms during early childhood (SAXE). To support this late statement we are going to start describing a classical work undertook

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