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Volume 42 (2014)

Rottschaefer, William A. Can We Responsibly Reject Moral Responsibility?: A Critical Assessment of Bruce Waller’s Against Moral Responsibility. Behavior and Philosophy, 42, 1-26.
 
Waller, Bruce (2014) The Scientific Naturalist Case Against Moral Responsibility: A Response to Rottschaefer. Behavior and Philosophy, 42, 27-36.

Uttal, William R. Are Neuroreductionist Explanations of Cognition Possible? Behavior and Philosophy, 42, 37-64.

Lazzeri, Philipe. On Defining Behavior: Some Conceptual Preliminaries. Behavior and Philosophy, 42, 65-82.

Salthe, Gunnar; Lokke, Jon; Arntzen, Eric. Propositional Logic and Formal Codification of Behavioral Operations. Behavior and Philosophy, 42, 83-115.

 

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