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  1. Madeleine I. R. Brodbeck & David R. Brodbeck (2015). It's Just Evolution. Commentary: A Crisis in Comparative Psychology: Where Have All the Undergraduates Gone? Frontiers in Psychology 6.
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    May Brodbeck (1958). Methodological Individualisms: Definition and Reduction. Philosophy of Science 25 (1):1-22.
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    May Brodbeck (1963). Meaning and Action. Philosophy of Science 30 (4):309-324.
    This paper examines the current variant of the view that meaningful human actions are not amenable to causal, scientific explanation. Rather, the view examined holds that, understanding the language, we understand the meaning of other people's overt acts by analyzing the concepts appropriately applied to the situation, tracing their logical connections with other mentalistic concepts. A matter of conceptual analysis, our understanding of man is held to be a priori and necessary rather than, as with the natural sciences, a posteriori (...)
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  4. May Brodbeck (1969). Readings in the Philosophy of the Social Sciences. British Journal for the Philosophy of Science 20 (2):174-175.
     
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    May Brodbeck (1949). Coherence Theory Reconsidered: Professor Werkmeister on Semantics and on the Nature of Empirical Laws. Philosophy of Science 16 (1):75-85.
    Werkmeister's new book, The Basis and Structure of Knowledge is the second major attempt in recent years to defend the idealistic theory of knowledge. The first was Blanshard's Nature of Thought; and it is worth noticing that both authors, in undertaking the defense of a position long in the shadows, are well aware of contemporary developments in logic and technical philosophy. Werkmeister freely acknowledges his debt to Blanshard; yet his work differs in scope from the latter's in at least two (...)
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    May Brodbeck (1952). An Analytic Principle of Induction? Journal of Philosophy 49 (24):747-750.
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    May Brodbeck (1966). Objectivism and Interaction: A Reaction to Margolis. Philosophy of Science 33 (September):287-292.
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    May Brodbeck (1957). A Note on Descriptions. Philosophical Studies 8 (6):95 - 96.
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    May Brodbeck (1951). Toward a Naturalistic “Non-Naturalistic” Ethic. Philosophical Studies 2 (1):7 - 11.
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    May Brodbeck (1954). On the Philosophy of the Social Sciences. Philosophy of Science 21 (2):140-156.
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    May Brodbeck (1949). The New Rationalism: Dewey's Theory of Induction. Journal of Philosophy 46 (24):780-791.
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  12. May Brodbeck (1966). Mental and Physical: Identity Versus Sameness. In Paul K. Feyerabend & Grover Maxwell (eds.), Mind, Matter, and Method: Essays in Philosophy and Science in Honor of Herbert Feigl. University of Minnesota Press
     
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    May Brodbeck (1971). Mind: From Within and From Without. Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association 45:42 - 55.
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    May Brodbeck (1971). Descartes and the Notion of a Criterion of External Reality. Royal Institute of Philosophy Lectures 5:1-14.
    Descartes's greatest glory was to be the first to articulate, and systematically to defend, the new scientific ideal of explanation in terms of lawfulness. For the realm of matter, lawful connections replaced anthropomorphic volitions as the model of rational explanation. Descartes's use of explanation in terms of lawfulness, inspired by Galileo's beginnings in this enterprise, was vindicated by Newton's subsequent achievement. Replacement of anthropomorphic agency, by causal mechanism, as the explanatory model, was undoubtedly the most profound of the many effects (...)
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  15. May Brodbeck (1952). American Non-Fiction, 1900-1950. Regnery.
     
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  16. May Brodbeck (1963). Significato e azione. Rivista di Filosofia 54 (3):267.
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  17. May Brodbeck (1951). Toward a Naturalistic “Non-Naturalistic” Ethic. Philosophical Studies 2 (1):7-11.
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  18. May Brodbeck (1950). The New Rationalism: Dewey's Theory of Induction. Journal of Symbolic Logic 15 (2):156.
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