ABSTRACT. No theory of intentionality can forestall skeptical doubts. The skeptic appeals to the claim that, for all a subject can tell, there is nothing that marks off a veridical experience from a falsidical one. We cannot hope for a view that rules such doubts out of court from the start. We should stop evaluating theories of intentionality on the basis of their tendency to give succor to the skeptic.

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