Title

Process Without Foundations

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

8-1-2014

Published In

Journal Of Theoretical And Philosophical Psychology

Abstract

The attempt to provide a grounding and unifying metaphysics for psychological science is both innovative and ambitious. Whether to embrace Hibberd’s proposal, or indeed any foundational metaphysics, is subject to question. In this reply, I focus on the severe limitations inherent in Hibberd’s analysis, and propose, in contrast, that psychology flourishes more fully without a grounding rationale. Finally, on pragmatic grounds, I argue in support of a process metaphysics, but conclude that Hibberd’s account is insufficiently radical to achieve the potential benefits.

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