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The Computer and the Mind: An Introduction to Cognitive Science

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The Computer and the Mind: An Introduction to Cognitive Science - Johnson-Laird, Philip N
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In a field choked with seemingly impenetrable jargon, Johnson-Laird has done the impossible: written a book about how the mind works that requires no advance knowledge of artificial intelligence, neurophysiology, or psychology. The mind, he says, depends on the brain in the same way as the execution of a program of symbolic instructions depends on a computer, and can thus be understood by anyone willing to start with basic principles of computation and follow his step-by-step explanations.

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The Computer and the Mind: An Introduction to Cognitive Science 1989, Harvard University Press, Cambridge

ISBN-13: 9780674156166

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The Computer and the Mind: An Introduction to Cognitive Science, 1988, Harvard University Press, Cambridge, MA

ISBN-13: 9780674156159

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