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PDF Behavior and Philosophy, 33 (2005)Table of Contents Online Articles
Volume 33 (2005) - Online Table of Contents to articles posted.
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PDF Behavior and Philosophy, 32 (2004) Table of Contents Online Articles
Volume 32 (2004) - Online Table of Contents to articles posted.
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PDF Behavior and Philosophy, 31 (2003) Table of Contents Online Articles
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PDF Behavior and Philosophy, 30 (2002) Table of Contents Online Articles
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Where our present and past articles are available.
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PDF Behavior Analysis Digest International, Volume 20, No. 1, Spring 2008 - Original Format
An international digest to provide a clearing house and exchange of concise news and information on the experimental, theoretical, and applied analysis of behavior. W. Joseph Wyatt, Editor
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PDF Behavior Analysis Digest International, Volume 20, No. 1, Spring 2008 - New Web Format
An international digest to provide a clearing house and exchange of concise news and information on the experimental, theoretical, and applied analysis of behavior. W. Joseph Wyatt, Editor
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PDF Behavior and Philosophy, 42, 1-26 (2014). CAN WE RESPONSIBLY REJECT MORAL RESPONSIBILITY?: A CRITICAL ASSESSMENT OF BRUCE WALLER
ABSTRACT: I critically review Bruce N. Waller's Against Moral Responsibility (2011), in which he argues that the moral responsibility system can and ought to be abandoned and that it be replaced with a take-charge responsibility system. Taking the perspective of a friendly naturalistic critic who embraces Waller
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Tags: Behavior and Philosophy, William A. Rottschaefer, determinism, free will, compatibilist free-will, libertarian free will, moral responsibility, naturalism
PDF Behavior and Philosophy, 42, 27-36 (2014). THE SCIENTIFIC NATURALIST CASE AGAINST MORAL RESPONSIBILITY: A RESPONSE TO ROTTSCHAEFER. Bruce Waller
ABSTRACT: In Against Moral Responsibility, the rejection of moral responsibility is based on appeal to basic beliefs about fairness (beliefs that are widely shared and naturally explicable, but not subject to rational or scientific confirmation). However, the claim that moral responsibility is (by that commonly shared fairness standard) unfair requires extensive and detailed scientific examination of the deeper causes of character and behavior. Without moral responsibility we still have take-charge responsibility, a form of responsibility that is neither a substitute nor a successor to moral responsibility, but offers an important and beneficial exercise of control.
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PDF Behavior and Philosophy, 42, 37-64 (2014). ARE NEUROREDUCTIONIST EXPLANATIONS OF COGNITION POSSIBLE? William R. Uttal
ABSTRACT: Are the available conceptual foundations, the statistical techniques, and the empirical data of cognitive neuroscience sufficiently robust to serve as foundations for an overarching neuroreductionist explanation of the mind-brain relationship? There are two main approaches to answering this question that dominate cognitive neuroscience these days.
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