Do token-token identity theories show why we don't need reductionism?

Philosophical Studies 36 (July):85-90 (1979)
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Keywords Identity Theory  Physics  Reduction  Science  Token  Type  Fodor, J  Maxwell
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DOI 10.1007/BF00354384
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