Trading in form for content and taking the sting out of the mind-body problem

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 21 (6):766-766 (1998)
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Analytical isomorphism is an instance of the demand for a transparent relation between vehicle and content, which is central to the mind-body problem. One can abandon transparency without begging the question with regard to the mind-body problem.
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