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Volume 44 (2016)

Baum, William M. (2016) On the Impossibility of Mental Causation: Comments on Burgos’(2015) “Antidualism and Antimentalism in Radical Behaviorism. Behavior and Philosophy, 44, 1-5.

Christofidou, Andrea. (2016) José E. Burgos (2015) Antidualism And Antimentalism in Radical Behaviorism: A Critical Discussion. Behavior and Philosophy, 44, 6-17.

Leigland, Sam. (2016) Comments On Burgos' (2015) Antidualism and Antimentalism in Radical Behaviorism. Behavior and Philosophy, 44, 18-24.

Marr, M. Jackson. (2016) The Escape of Metaphysics: Commentary on Burgos (2015). Behavior and Philosophy, 44, 25-31.

Rachlin, Howard. (2016) Comments on Burgos’ (2015) Antidualism and Antimentalism in Radical Behaviorism. Behavior and Philosophy, 44, 32-40.

Rockwell, Teed. (2016) Reply to Burgos (2015). Behavior and Philosophy, 44, 41-45.

Burgos, José E. (2016) Mentalism versus Dualism: Replies to Commentaries. Behavior and Philosophy, 44, 46-79.

Fryling, Mitch J. (2016) Finding Our Mind in Behavior Analysis – A Review of Rachlin’s The Escape Of The Mind. Behavior and Philosophy, 44, 80-89.

 

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