Recent work on individualism in the social, behavioural, and biological sciences

Biology and Philosophy 19 (3):397-423 (2004)
The social, behavioral, and a good chunk of the biological sciences concern the nature of individual agency, where our paradigm for an individual is a human being. Theories of economic behavior, of mental function and dysfunction, and of ontogenetic development, for example, are theories of how such individuals act, and of what internal and external factors are determinative of that action. Such theories construe individuals in distinctive ways
Keywords Behavioral Sciences  Biology  Individualism  Science  Social Sciences
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DOI 10.1023/B:BIPH.0000036164.90836.7e
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