Mind as Machine: A History of Cognitive Science, Volume 2
Clarendon Press, 2006 - Cognitive science - 1631 pages
V.1: 1. Setting the scene--2. Man as machine: origins of the idea--3. Anticipatory engines--4. Maybe minds are machines too--5. Movements beneath the mantle--6. Cognitive science comes together--7. The rise of computational psychology--8. The mystery of the missing discipline--9. Transforming linguistics; v.2: 10. When GOFAI was NEWFAI--11. Of bombs and bombshells--12. Connectionism, its birth and renaissance--13. Swimming alongside the kraken--14. From neurophysiology to computational neuroscience--15. A-life in embryo--16. Philosophies of mind as machine--17. What next?
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