Markov blankets: Realism and our ontological commitments

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 45:e217 (2022)
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The authors argue that their target is orthogonal to the realism and instrumentalist debate. I argue that it is born directly from it. While the distinction is helpful in illuminating how some ontological commitments demand a theory of implementation, it's less clear whether different views cleanly map onto the epistemic and metaphysical uses defined in the paper.

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Danielle J. Williams
Washington University in St. Louis


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