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- ‘This essentially behaviouristic account is exactly what the intuition behind the argument is meant to overthrow.’
- ‘Reward and punishment are fine as programming for the behaviouristic instinct animal/robots that we would be without free will.’
- ‘Rather, as he pointed out in his reply to Midgley, he gives the word an explicitly behaviouristic definition.’
- ‘Answers to such questions have been sought from psychoanalytic theories, from social learning theories, and from various behavioristic approaches to psychology.’
- ‘Much of the early psychological theorizing was founded on behaviouristic principles.’
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