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In this paper I discuss one of the key issues in the philosophy of neuroscience: neurosemantics. The project of neurosemantics involves explaining what it means for states of neurons and neural systems to have representational contents. Neurosemantics thus involves issues of common concern between the philosophy of neuroscience and philosophy of mind. I discuss a problem that arises for accounts of representational content that I call "the economy problem": the problem of showing that adoi:10.1023/a:1023336924671 fatcat:vpqyei25efebzhyocidq3b6vhm