What is a Hand? What is a Mind?

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Argues that biological organs, including mental capacities, should be identified by homology (not function).
Keywords philosophy of biology  Philosophy of mind
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Marc Ereshefsky (2012). Homology Thinking. Biology and Philosophy 27 (3):381-400.
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