I’m moving onto Hellman’s “Physicalist Materialism”, a paper whose aim is to apply the physicalist materialist position he developed in “Physicalism” to problems in philosophy and philosophy of science. I want to focus on just three parts of this paper. The first is the examples Hellman gives of determination without reduction. The second is the distinction he clarifies between the ontological and ideological status of attributes, properties and relations. The third is the section on the mental. I really want to get into the section on theoretical equivalence, but I will only do so if I can somehow fit it into the evaluation of the anti-materialism of Chalmers.