Science and Engineering Ethics 18 (3):453-456 (2012)

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Ann Pirruccello
University of San Diego
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The practice of reductionism in science and philosophy includes attempts to essentialize human persons, which can lead to serious social problems. Reductionism is not necessary, as comparative philosophers and alternative-thinking scientists have shown
Keywords Chinese philosophy  Comparative philosophy  Neuroimaging  Reductionism  Social Identity
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