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    Correlating mind and body
    with N. Donnelly and B. Weekes
    Behavioral and Brain Sciences 18 (4): 688-688. 1995.
    Gray's integration of the different levels of description and explanation in his theory is problematic: The introduction of consciousness into his theorising consists of the mind-brain identity assumption, which tells us nothing new. There need not be correlations between levels of description. Gray's account does not extend beyond “brute” correlation. Integration must be achieved in a principled, mutually constraining way.