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Hello Friends,

I get confused by This sentence:

That is, internal representations both of ‘the goal or putative end-state of an intention’ and a possible plan of action for bringing about that state.


what is the structure? can we see it as:

That is, internal representations of the goal or putative end-state of an intention

and

internal representations of a possible plan of action for bringing about that state.


and, if it is the case, we don't need of before a possible plan?


Thanks

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anonymousI get confused by This sentence:

It is not a sentence. The complete sentence I am too lazy to type from https://books.google.ca/books?id=OcfLDAAAQBAJ&pg=PT86&lpg=PT86&dq=%22the+goal+or+putative+end-state+of+an+intention%22&source=bl&ots=4vtjzPOLBz&sig=ACfU3U0ifaBD__1xgKFKYRRG8lUdzON0xw&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwiW5fKByt3oAhWvl-AKHaBiBaQQ6AEwAHoECAkQKA#v=onepage&q=%22the%20goal%20or%20putative%20end-state%20of%20an%20intention%22&f=false

anonymousThat is, internal representations of the goal or putative end-state of an intentionandinternal representations of a possible plan of action for bringing about that state.

That's right.

anonymousand, if it is the case, we don't need of before a possible plan?

I'd say we do—not strictly but for clarity's sake. What you have here is another genius who thinks he doesn't need an editor.