Methodological Reflections
Bennett (M.R.) & Hacker (P.M.S.)
Source: Bennett & Hacker - Philosophical Foundations of Neuroscience, Chapter 14
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Sections

  1. Linguistic Inertia and Conceptual Innovation – 379
    (P. S. Churchland)
  2. The 'Poverty of English' Argument – 386
    (Blakemore)
  3. From Nonsense to Sense: The Proper Description of the Results of Commissurotomy1 – 388
    (Crick, Sperry, Gazzaniga, Wolford Miller and Gazzaniga, Doty)
    • 3.1 – The case of blind-sight: misdescription and illusory explanation – 393
      (Weiskrantz)
  4. Philosophy and Neuroscience – 396
    (Glynn, Edelman, Edelman and Tononi, Crick, Zeki)
    • 4.1 – What philosophy can and what it cannot do – 399
    • 4.2 – What neuroscience can and what it cannot do – 405
      (Crick, Edelman, Zeki)
  5. Why it Matters – 408

Comment:

Part IV: On Method

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