The picture of philosophy we obtain from contemporary naturalism is that of a kind of “ancilla scientiarum”: philosophy adopts scientific methods and procedures, its nature is a posteriori as that of the sciences.
In this essay I intend to examine whether these results necessarily derive from the recent development of neuroscience, or if there are other plausible ways of conceiving the relationship between philosophy and neuroscience.
|Title of host publication||The Ways Things Are. Studies in Ontology|
|Number of pages||17|
|Publication status||Published - 2011|
- Philosophy of Mind
- Philosophy of psychology