__/ [ Robin Faichney ] on Saturday 20 May 2006 19:38 \__
> I used to think eliminative materialism was blatant rubbish, assuming
> that when it was asserted that all the concepts of folk psychology
> would be eliminated, replaced by biological explanations, that was
> supposed to happen even among ordinary people in everyday usage. Maybe
> I'm stupid, but it only just occurred to me that maybe most or all
> eliminativists only expect that to happen within science, which seems
> a bit more reasonable. Or maybe they just don't think about that
> distinction. Any comments?
I agree with the latter. It'll happen within science, which is closely
related to biological explanations.
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