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  1. Dirk Hartmann (2006). Physis und Psyche. Das Leib-Seele-Problem als Resultat der Hypostasierung theoretischer Konstrukte. In Dieter Sturma (ed.), Philosophie Und Neurowissenschaften. Suhrkamp.
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  2. Dirk Hartmann (2004). Neurophysiology and Freedom of the Will. Poiesis and Praxis 2 (4):275-284.
    In the first two sections of the paper, some basic terminological distinctions regarding “freedom of the will” as a philosophical problem are expounded and discussed. On this basis, the third section focuses on the examination of two neurophysiological experiments (one by Benjamin Libet and one by William Grey Walter), which in recent times are often interpreted as providing an empirical vindication of determinism and, accordingly, a refutation of positions maintaining freedom of the will. It will be argued that both experiments (...)
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  3. Dirk Hartmann & Rainer Lange (2000). Epistemology Culturalized. Journal for General Philosophy of Science 31 (1):75-107.
    The anti-metaphysical intentions of naturalism can be respected without abandoning the project of a normative epistemology. The central assumptions of naturalism imply that (1.) the distinction between action and behaviour is spurious, and (2.) epistemology cannot continue to be a normative project. Difficulties with the second implication have been adressed by Normative Naturalism, but without violating the naturalistic consensus, it can only appreciate means-end-rationality. However, this does not suffice to justify its own implicit normative pretensions. According to our diagnosis, naturalism (...)
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  4. Dirk Hartmann & Jürgen Straub (1999). Psychologie der Willensfreiheit: Zur Metaphysik und Methodik eines Forschungsprogramms. Ethik Und Sozialwissenschaften 10:286-289.
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  5. Dirk Hartmann (1996). Protowissenschaft Und Rekonstruktion. Journal for General Philosophy of Science 27 (1):55 - 69.
    Protoscience and Reconstruction. A central concept of the constructivist philosophy of science is the term 'protoscience'. From an orthodox point of view, protosciences are bound to give the so called 'measurement-theoretical Apriori' ('meßtheoretisches Apriori') for a science. Protophysics for example (operationally) defines the quantities 'length', 'time', and 'mass'. Thereby it yields some basic physical laws, which usually are regarded as "laws of nature", but in fact follow already from the definitions of the basic quantities. The attempt to establish other protodisciplines (...)
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  6. Dirk Hartmann (1996). Protowissenschaft Und RekonstruktionProtoscience and Reconstruction. Journal for General Philosophy of Science / Zeitschrift für Allgemeine Wissenschaftstheorie 27 (1):55-69.
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