Interactionism, Post-interactionism, and Causal Complexity: Lessons From the Philosophy of Causation

Ferreira Ruiz M, Umerez J (2021)
Frontiers in Psycholoy 12: 590533.

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In biology and philosophy of biology, discussing the notion of interaction leads to an examination of interactionism, which is, broadly speaking, the view that rejects gene-centrism and gene determinism and instead emphasizes the fact that traits of organisms are always the result of genes and environments. It has long been asserted that the nature-nurture problem requires an interactionist solution of sorts, the so-called interactionist consensus. This consensus, however, has been deemed insufficient and challenged by several authors triggering an extension of the debate among contestants and defenders. Unfortunately, part of the problem is that the views on causation that would ground claims about interactionism are not always made explicit in this debate, which renders those views somewhat complicated to assess. Moreover, it seems to be assumed that causal complexity excludes the possibility of characterizing, distinguishing, or comparing among causal contributions. By turning to a detailed survey of the origin of the debate and to some developments in the philosophy of causation, we will contend that this view is unwarranted, and that much of the debate around interactionism is based on the drawing of this (wrong) conclusion. We also examine implications of this analysis for the project to develop a framework based on the notion of inter-identities.
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interactionism; causal parity; causal selection; nature-nurture; inter-identities
Erscheinungsjahr
2021
Zeitschriftentitel
Frontiers in Psycholoy
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12
Art.-Nr.
590533
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1664-1078
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2954692

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Ferreira Ruiz M, Umerez J. Interactionism, Post-interactionism, and Causal Complexity: Lessons From the Philosophy of Causation. Frontiers in Psycholoy. 2021;12: 590533.
Ferreira Ruiz, M., & Umerez, J. (2021). Interactionism, Post-interactionism, and Causal Complexity: Lessons From the Philosophy of Causation. Frontiers in Psycholoy, 12, 590533. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.590533
Ferreira Ruiz, M., and Umerez, J. (2021). Interactionism, Post-interactionism, and Causal Complexity: Lessons From the Philosophy of Causation. Frontiers in Psycholoy 12:590533.
Ferreira Ruiz, M., & Umerez, J., 2021. Interactionism, Post-interactionism, and Causal Complexity: Lessons From the Philosophy of Causation. Frontiers in Psycholoy, 12: 590533.
M. Ferreira Ruiz and J. Umerez, “Interactionism, Post-interactionism, and Causal Complexity: Lessons From the Philosophy of Causation”, Frontiers in Psycholoy, vol. 12, 2021, : 590533.
Ferreira Ruiz, M., Umerez, J.: Interactionism, Post-interactionism, and Causal Complexity: Lessons From the Philosophy of Causation. Frontiers in Psycholoy. 12, : 590533 (2021).
Ferreira Ruiz, Maria, and Umerez, Jon. “Interactionism, Post-interactionism, and Causal Complexity: Lessons From the Philosophy of Causation”. Frontiers in Psycholoy 12 (2021): 590533.
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