Professor Ryle does not deny the common distinction between inner and outer, nor that between public and private. What he denies is that either of these distinctions entail a third distinction – between minds and bodies. As far as I can tell, Professor Ayer has not shown that Ryle is mistaken about that.
"Response to Professor A. J. Ayer,"
Philosophic Exchange: Vol. 1
, Article 15.
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