Minds, Brains, Computers: An Historical Introduction to the Foundations of Cognitive Science

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Wiley, Oct 8, 2001 - Philosophy - 468 pages
Minds, Brains, Computers serves as both an historical and interdisciplinary introduction to the foundations of cognitive science.

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Robert M. Harnish is Professor of Philosophy and Linguistics, and Research Scientist in Cognitive Science at the University of Arizona. He is co-author, with Adrian Akmajian, of Linguistics (Fifth Edition, 2000), and, with Kent Bach, of Linguistic Communication and Speech Acts (1979) his is also editor of Basic Topics in the Philosophy of Language (1994), and co-editor of Neural Connections, Mental Computation (1989), and The Representation of Knowledge and Belief (1986).

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