About the Author
JOEL WALMSLEY is a Lecturer in Philosophy at University College Cork in Ireland. His research interests are in philosophy of cognitive science (especially concerning Artificial Intelligence and Dynamical Systems Theory), philosophy of science (especially concerning explanation) and philosophy of mind (especially concerning emergence and the "extended mind" hypothesis). His previous works include Mind: Historical and Philosophical Introduction to the Major Theories (Hackett: 2006. Co-authored with A. Kukla).
Table of ContentsAcknowledgements
Series Editor's Preface Introduction Historical and Theoretical Background Classical Cognitive Science and 'Good Old Fashioned AI' Gödel, The Turing Test and the Chinese Room Connectionism Criticisms and Consequences of the Connectionist Approach The Dynamical Approach The Future: Mind and Machine Merged Conclusion Suggestions for Further Reading Works Cited Index