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Synthese 38 (July):333-372 (1978)
|Abstract||This paper demonstrates that there is an inconsistency in functionalism in psychology and philosophy of mind. Analogous inconsistencies can be expected in functionalisms in biology and social theory. (edited)|
|Keywords||Behaviorism Belief Epistemology Functionalism Physiology|
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