Abstract (2014) Speaking Minds

Baumgartner, Peter, and Sabine Payr, eds. 2014. Speaking Minds: Interviews with Twenty Eminent Cognitive Scientists. Princeton University Press.


Book Cover; Speaking Minds: Interviews with Twenty Eminent Cognitive Scientists (Princeton Legacy Library), Paperback July 2014

Book Cover; Speaking Minds: Interviews with Twenty Eminent Cognitive Scientists (Princeton Legacy Library), Paperback July 2014

Reprint der Ausgabe von 1995. Siehe dazu auch meinen ausführlichen Weblog-Eintrag.

Interviewt wurden in Speaking Mind:

  1. Patricia Smith Churchland: Take It Apart and See How It Runs
  2. Paul M. Churchland: Neural Networks and Commonsense
  3. Aaron V Cicourel: Cognition and Cultural Belief
  4. Daniell C. Dennett: In Defense of AI
  5. Hubert L. Dreyfus: Cognitivism Abondened
  6. Jerry A Fodor: The Folly of Simulation
  7. John Haugeland: Farewell to GOFAI?
  8. George Lakoff: Embodied Minds and Meanings
  9. James L. McClelland: Toward a Pragmatic Connectionism
  10. Allen Newell: The Serial Imperative
  11. Stephen E. Palmer: Gestalt Psychology Redux
  12. Hilary Putnam: Against the New Associationism
  13. David E. Rumelhart: From Seaching to Seeing
  14. John R. Searle: Ontology Is the Question
  15. Terrence J. Sejnowski: The Hardware Really Matters
  16. Herbert A. Simon: Technology Is Not the Problem
  17. Joseph Weizenbaum: The Myth of the Last Metaphor
  18. Robert Wilensky: Why Play the Philosophy Game?
  19. Terry A. Winograd: Computers and Social Values
  20. Lofti A. Zadeh: The Albatross of Classical Logic

 

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