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17. Mind and Body / B. Behaviourism / 1. Behaviourism

[mind is no more than the sum of behaviour]

7 ideas
Behaviourism is false, but mind is definable as the cause of behaviour [Armstrong]
Logical behaviourism translates mental language to behavioural [Kim]
Behaviourism reduces mind to behaviour via bridging principles [Kim]
Behaviourism seems a good theory for intentional states, but bad for phenomenal ones [Kirk,R]
Behaviourism offers a good alternative to simplistic unitary accounts of mental relationships [Kirk,R]
Behaviourism is eliminative, or reductionist, or methodological [Rey]
Maybe behaviourists should define mental states as a group [Rey]