What should a connectionist philosophy of science look like?

In Robert N. McCauley (ed.), The Churchlands and Their Critics. Oxford University Press. pp. 121--144 (1996)

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The reemergence of connectionism2 has profoundly altered the philosophy of mind. Paul Churchland has argued that it should equally transform the philosophy of science. He proposes that connectionism offers radical and useful new ways of understanding theories and explanations

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