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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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