Is ontological holism right or wrong?

I have 5 articles for you to read, once you read the 5 articles and understand it you must create 3 quiz questions for each article and answer those three questions yourself. The questions you are creating must be at a high master’s student level. So in total there will be 5 articles, 3 questions each, for a total of 5 quiz questions and answers. Each answer must be at least 1-2 paragraphs. This assignment is not difficult, I

would like it to be done throughly. Here are a couple examples of a question: (fyi these questions are not associated to the 5 readings I have attached, they are purely just examples from prior quizzes I created.) 1) The logical connection argument says the following: P1-causal claims had to be contingent truths, P2 – in reason-explanation of action the reasons necessarily explain actions (it is more like a redescription of an

action under equivalent terms), therefore, C – reason explanations cannot be causal explanations. On page 59, Rosenberg says “this argument is too strong. It doesn’t really prove that beliefs and desire can’t be causes of action.”. What went wrong in the logical connection argument? 2) New technological development has made some people (such as Elon Mask) fond of talking about mind-reading through brain-interfaces.

Rosenberg claims that such brain-interfaces cannot allow us to read thoughts from people. Why does Rosenberg think we cannot translate brian measurements to thoughts? 3) Kincaid says that the ontological issues and reductive issues regarding individualism are largely settled (1127-1128). How are they settled? Is ontological holism right or wrong? Is nomological reductionism right or wrong?