Monthly Archives: June 2013

Non-reductive physicalism about the mind and neuroscience

At this recent conference in Florence I presented a paper on how legal scholar Stephen Morse uses John Searle’s non-reductive theory to critique the utility of neuroscience to law. Michael S. Moore, also at the conference, proved to be a very strong ally in my attempts to convince Stephen that non-reductivism is wrong-headed. (That is to say, Michael made many of the […]