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1. General Term: Non-Reductive Physicalism
Non-Reductive Physicalism Complex structures or concepts can have irreducibly non-physical properties, such as consciousness and will. Related Topics: Philosophy Contributed by: CTNS
http://www.counterbalance.org/gengloss/nonred-body.html - 1.9kb

2. Neuroscience Topic: Getting Mind Out of Meat - Introduction
So option number three (Physicalism) actually hides two very different views here: A reductive view of Physicalism or materialism and a non-reductive view of materialism or Physicalism. First of all, I want to try to make that distinction
http://www.counterbalance.org/evp-mind/index-body.html - 7.0kb

3. Neuroscience Topic: Consciousness and Information Processing
now to talking about a non-reductive view not of life but of the mental, and you can probably guess where I'm going here. There's a perfect analogy between what the non-reductive physicalist wants to say about the mental and what the
http://www.counterbalance.org/evp-mind/consc-body.html - 7.3kb

4. Neuroscience Topic: A Hierarchy of Sciences
set out to try to develop a non-reductive view of physicalism. Now, to do that, I'm going to start by thinking about the sciences. And, in particular, I want you to think about how the various physical sciences fit together. You may have mused
http://www.counterbalance.org/evp-mind/ahier-body.html - 5.3kb

5. Ecology Topic: Consciousness and Information Processing
now to talking about a non-reductive view not of life but of the mental, and you can probably guess where I'm going here. There's a perfect analogy between what the non-reductive physicalist wants to say about the mental and what the
http://www.counterbalance.org/enviro/consc-body.html - 7.2kb

6. Divine Action Topic: Drees, Willem B. ¬ďEvolutionary Naturalism and Reli...
Still naturalism (or physicalism) can be non-reductive in the sense that higher level properties may require their own concepts and explanatory schemes. Evolutionary explanations are primarily functional. He argues that such a naturalism
http://www.counterbalance.org/ctns-vo/drees1-body.html - 7.8kb

7. Ecology Topic: A Hierarchy of Sciences
set out to try to develop a non-reductive view of physicalism. Now, to do that, I'm going to start by thinking about the sciences.† And, in particular, I want you to think about how the various physical sciences fit together.¬† You may have
http://www.counterbalance.org/enviro/ahier-body.html - 5.2kb

8. Information Science Topic: Consciousness
The emergent-monism/non-reductive physicalism of Clayton, Murphy and Peacocke head in this direction. Others see the problem as intractable. Russell Stannard sees no easy way to reconcile our experience of self and the passage of
http://www.counterbalance.org/agency/consc-body.html - 3.0kb

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