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Logical behaviorism (also known as philosophical behaviorism or analytical behaviorism) is a theory of mind that mental concepts can be explained in terms of behavioral concepts.[1]

Logical behaviorism was first stated by Oxford philosopher Gilbert Ryle in his book The Concept of Mind (1949).

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