A heavy price was paid for molecular biology's obsession with metaphysical reductionism
Under the fetal rights reductionism
model of obstetric ethics, fetal rights systematically override the pregnant woman's rights.
in metaethics is the idea that, to put it rather roughly, the moral just is something else.
If one views invisible things like soul and spirit to be legitimate parts of the person, then the key issue becomes additional and adequate training, not "ownership" of those domains created by modernism and reductionism
Thus, while paleo-compatibilism extrapolates from the Buddhist Reductionism
of the Abhidharma (stage 2), it does not reflect the full progression Siderits articulates in Persons, which incorporates Mahayana antirealism and concludes with semantic nondualism.
Alister Chapman points to the promise offered by Skinner's approach in appreciating the place of belief in societies where, as in undeniably secular Britain of the last half-century, religion has become a marginal, minority component of the culture, subjected to the "secular overreach" of interpretive elites too readily inclined toward the default settings of social scientific reductionism
and linguistic indeterminism.
appeared to be central to psychopharmacology research and practice.
For instance, she approached the problem of mind-body from a scientific perspective and claimed that reductionism
is the solution to that problem.
Hoagland successfully describes reductionism
using Dodson's illustration of a Russian doll as it relates to the importance of understanding the whole by learning about its individual parts.
The notions of reductionism
and 'going without' used to be associated with 'green ideology.
is the idea that all reality can be reduced to mechanisms that the mind can understand through physical validation.
to the eating-out sector cuts right across the main motivation for visiting these places.