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Where Biology Meets Psychology Philosophical Essays

Edited By: Valerie Gray Hardcastle
384 pages, 12 illus
Where Biology Meets Psychology
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  • Where Biology Meets Psychology ISBN: 9780262581745 Paperback Sep 1999 Temporarily out of stock: order now to get this when available
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Broadens the traditional subject matter of the philosophy of biology while informing the philosophy of psychology of relevant biological constraints and insights.

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Valerie Gray Hardcastle is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Virginia Polytechnic Institute.
Edited By: Valerie Gray Hardcastle
384 pages, 12 illus
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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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