Correlating mind and body
TJ Lioyd Jones, N Donnelly, B Weekes
Behavioral and Brain Sciences | Published : 1995
AbstractGray's integration of the different levels of description and explanation in his theory is problematic: (1) The introduction of consciousness into his theorising consists of the mind-brain identity assumption, which tells us nothing new. (2) There need not be correlations between levels of description. (3) Gray's account does not extend beyond “brute” correlation. Integration must be achieved in a principled, mutually constraining way.