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With all my respect, but their conclusions are totally misguided.
Even the most abstract of all science-mathematics-with its objects, can be reduce to physical operations of the brain, or at least to what an intelligent man can assimilate, the so called "cognitive view" of science (science facts are there to be discovered by cognitive beings and cognitive processes are instantiated in the nervous system in some manner or other) The chiasm in methodological purposes between economics an neuroscience nowadays, is jst a transient moment untill more realistic models of human economic behaviour provided by neuroscience will appear.

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