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11. Ecology Topic: Consciousness and Information Processing
what the non-reductive physicalist wants to say about the mental and what the biologist wants to say about life.  Life does not require a new kind of entity, that is, complex bodies have the quality of being alive if they interact with the
http://www.counterbalance.org/enviro/consc-body.html - 7.2kb

12. Neuroscience Topic: Consciousness and Information Processing
what the non-reductive physicalist wants to say about the mental and what the biologist wants to say about life. Life does not require a new kind of entity, that is, complex bodies have the quality of being alive if they interact with the
http://www.counterbalance.org/evp-mind/consc-body.html - 7.3kb

13. Neuroscience Topic: The Person in The New Testament
a holistic and nonreductive physicalist account of the person. However, some argue that the New Testament presupposes dualism , since there are a few passages appearing to support a doctrine of "the intermediate state." This
http://www.counterbalance.org/neuro/nt-body.html - 4.7kb

14. Question Home: Are we Free?
A Non-Reductive Physicalist Account of Human Nature... (Nancey Murphy , 9 topics) Genetics and Ethics... (Ted Peters , 17 topics) Neuroscience and the Soul... (Nancey
http://www.counterbalance.org/quest/free-body.html - 4.9kb

15. Subject Home: Psychology and Neuroscience
Meat: A Non-Reductive Physicalist Account of Human Nature... (Nancey Murphy , 9 topics) Neuroscience and the Soul... (Nancey Murphy, 13 topics) Becoming Human: Brain, Mind and
http://www.counterbalance.org/neuro/index-body.html - 6.7kb

16. Origins Topic: Robert Russell - Presentation
Fall A Non-Reductive Physicalist Account of Human Nature Big Bang Cosmology and Theology Evolution and Continuous Creation Quantum Physics and Theology - Index The Meaning of Genesis 1 Self-Organisation
http://www.counterbalance.org/perspevo/presrr-body.html - 4.2kb

17. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: An Examination of Reductionism
. However, this very basic physicalist assumption is of strictly limited importance. All human beings are made of the same sorts of atoms, indeed the same sorts of chemicals. We do consist of ‘nothing but’ these constituents in the
http://www.counterbalance.org/ghc-redu/anexa-body.html - 6.1kb

18. Neuroscience Topic: Reductionism and Non-Reductionism
that for the non-reductive physicalist we're not going to introduce any new non-physical forces or entities, vital forces or psychic energy. So how can the causal properties of these higher-level things really matter? And how can it not be the
http://www.counterbalance.org/evp-mind/reduc-body.html - 5.5kb

19. God, Humanity and the Cosmos Topic: The Rhetoric of Darwinism
stressed the reductionistic, physicalist aspects of his theory in order to eliminate any hint of the involvement of a designer or a vital force in his explanation of the development of living things. Rather the rhetoric of Darwinism is of a
http://www.counterbalance.org/ghc-evo/rheto-body.html - 3.6kb

20. Neuroscience Topic: The Person in Hebrew Scriptures
holistic and nonreductive physicalist . Jewish scholar Neil Gillman writes: Biblical anthropology knows nothing of this dualistic picture of a person which claims that a human being is a composite of two entities, a material body
http://www.counterbalance.org/neuro/hewbrew-body.html - 3.2kb

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