The cognitive and behavioral sciences: Real patterns, real unity, real causes, but no-supervenience - response
Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (5):637-647 (2004)
|Abstract||Our response amplifies our case for scientific realism and the unity of science and clarifies our commitments to scientific unity, nonreductionism, behaviorism, and our rejection of talk of “emergence.” We acknowledge support from commentators for our view of physics and, responding to pressure and suggestions from commentators, deny the generality supervenience and explain what this involves. We close by reflecting on the relationship between philosophy and science|
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