Doubt and Certainty in Science: A Biologist's Reflections

Doubt and Certainty in Science: A Biologist's Reflections on the Brain Young s thesis concludes that the higher activities of humans can be illuminated through an examination of the actual brain functions that produce them, and that these processes can be closely compared to those of a calculating machine ➠ [Epub] ➚ Longbow Girl By Linda Davies ➪ – Ralphslaurensoutlet.co.uk and that these processes can be closely compared to those of a calculating machine



10 thoughts on “Doubt and Certainty in Science: A Biologist's Reflections on the Brain

  1. says:

    Although most consider the beginning of cognitive science to be in 1959 with Chomsky s rebuttal of Skinner s Verbal Behavior, after reading Doubt and Certainty in Science I am fully convinced it began in 1950 This book contains transcripts of Young s Reith lecture In the final lecture Young lays out a rough blueprint for cognitive science


  2. says:

    some good points on doubt being essential to the success of science contrary to the dogmatism of atheists who posit certainty in science


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