Arcturus ; Xenophon ; Kirillov
This is actually a decent discussion of philosophical naturalism, but the pic is too bizarre to go without comment.
Patricia and Paul Churchland are famous proponents of eliminative materialism, a theory that maintains, roughly, that our folk-psychology concepts like "belief", "intent", "desire", etc. will be eliminated by empirical science in the same way that the use of folk-psychological concepts employed to describe the behavior of other natural phenomena (the seas are "angry" etc.) were presumably eliminated by advances in observation and rational thought.
There's a Skinnerian anecdote that the Churchlands attempted to raise their children without reference to folk-psychological concepts. I assume that if it's true at all, it's exaggerated to a great degree. I have no idea how such an upbringing would even function..."stop involuntarily reacting to external and internal stimuli or you can't sleep over at your friend's house"...
Incidentally, I think something closer to Dennett's stance (the Intentional Stance (TM)) is true. Even though there are likely superior natural explanations for phenomena described by folk-psychology, the feasibility of eliminating the language from even our scientific vocabulary is unlikely. An interesting aside is that Aristotle first introduced this approach 2,000 years ago.
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On free will and time preference!!!