Philosophy and Cognitive Science
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|Philosophy and Cognitive Science|
|Author's Name||Affiliation||Paper Title|
|Habits and Explanation||Louis Caruana||Pontificia Univeristà Gregoriana|
|Andrzej Chmielecki||What Is Information?|
|David DeMoss||Pacific University||Aristotle, Connectionism, and the Morally Excellent Brain|
|Neb Kujundzic||University of Prince Edward Island||The Role of Mental Variation in Cognitive Science: Structured Imagination and Conceptual Combinations|
|Henrique de Morais Ribeiro||Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP), Brazil||On the Philosophy of Cognitive Science|
|Jean-Michel Roy||University of Bordeaux||Cognitive Turn and Linguistic Turn|
|Peter Skagestad||University of Massachusetts - Lowell||Peirce, Virtuality, and Semiotic|
|Robert Stufflebeam||The University of Tulsa||What Makes Something A (Digital) Computer? Why Not Just Any Computational Interpretation Is Sufficient|
|Joao Teixeira||Universidade Federal de S. Carlos, Brazil||Computational Complexity and Philosophical Dualism|
|Wolgang Wildgen||University of Bremen||From Lullus to Cognitive Semantics: The Evolution of a Theory of Semantic Fields|
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