ISBN-10:
0262581744
ISBN-13:
9780262581745
Pub. Date:
08/19/1999
Publisher:
MIT Press
Where Biology Meets Psychology: Philosophical Essays / Edition 1

Where Biology Meets Psychology: Philosophical Essays / Edition 1

by Valerie Gray Hardcastle
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ISBN-13: 9780262581745
Publisher: MIT Press
Publication date: 08/19/1999
Series: Bradford Books Series
Edition description: New Edition
Pages: 404
Product dimensions: 7.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.00(d)

About the Author

Valerie Gray Hardcastle is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Virginia Polytechnic Institute.

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Robert Cummins

Where Biology Meets Psychology is a welcome addition to the growing literature linking biology especially neuroscience and evolution to psychology and the philosophy of mind. This volume has the further advantage of not being another gathering of the usual suspects.

Robert Cummings

Where Biology Meets Psychology is a welcome addition to the growing literature linking biology - especially neuroscience and evolution - to psychology and the philosophy of mind. This volume has the further advantage of not being another gathering of the usual suspects.
— Robert Cummings, Professor of Philophy, University of California, Davis.

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Where Biology Meets Psychology is a welcome addition to the growing literature linking biology especially neuroscience and evolution to psychology and the philosophy of mind. This volume has the further advantage of not being another gathering of the usual suspects.—Robert Cummins, Professor of Philosophy, University of California, Davis

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Where Biology Meets Psychology is a welcome addition to the growing literature linking biology especially neuroscience and evolution to psychology and the philosophy of mind. This volume has the further advantage of not being another gathering of the usual suspects.—Robert Cummins, Professor of Philosophy, University of California, Davis

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