Can Concept Empiricism Forestall Eliminativism?

Mind and Language 25 (5):612-621 (2010)
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In this commentary, I focus on Machery's criticism of Neo-Empiricism. I argue that Neo-Empiricism can survive Machery's critique, and I show that there is an empiricist strategy for forestalling eliminativism
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