It's time for psychology to lead, not follow
from Psychology Today
Jonathan Shedler writes: One of the most powerful constructs I know is called supervenience. It helps us understand why knowledge at one level of analysis can be irrelevant at another. Mind depends on brain and cannot exist apart from it, but knowledge of brain is not knowledge of mental life. They are different levels of analysis requiring different concepts and methods.
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