The Computer and the Mind: An Introduction to Cognitive Science

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Fontana, 1993 - Artificial intelligence - 450 pages
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Cognitive science brings together psychology, computing, linguistics, anthropology, artificial intelligence, neurophysiology and philosophy. This book addresses the central questions of cognitive science: how does the mind work, and what is it that enables us to have thoughts, or feelings?

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Cognitive science, writes Johnson-Laird, "tries to elucidate the workings of the mind by treating them as computations.'' This is no simplistic "man is a machine'' approach, however; the author is ... Read full review

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PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION
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Computation and the Mind
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Vision
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