Skinners whole case depends on determining whether or not intentional explanation (citing beliefs, desires, etc.) on the one hand and proper, ultimate, scientific explanation s on the other hand, co-exist?

Skinners whole case depends on determining whether or not intentional explanation (citing beliefs, desires, etc.) on the one hand and proper, ultimate, scientific explanation s on the other hand, co-exist? Can they both be true. (p. 64)
Dennett presents two arguments for his view that intentional explanations are compatible and then diagnoses what he takes to be Skinners error.

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