Brain, Mind and Computers

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ISBN: 0-89526-907-4

In an age when computers are making ever greater inroads into out everyday lives, well may we ask: Do computers have intelligence? Are they living? have free will? exercise moral judgement? Dr. Stanley L. Jaki, historian and philosopher of science, deals with these and related questions in Brain, Mind and Computers, a thoroughly documented rebuttal of contemporary claims about the existence of, or possibility for, man-made minds. His method includes a meticulously documented survey of computer development, a review of the relevant results of brain research, and an evaluation for the accomplishments of physicalist schools in psychology, symbolic logic, and linguistics.

 

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