Putting a Price on Cognition

Southern Journal of Philosophy 26 (S1):119-135 (1988)
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In this essay I shall consider a certain methodological claim gaining currency in connectionist quarters: The claim that variables are costly to implement in PDP systems and hence are not likely to be as important in cognitive processing as orthodox theories of cognition assume.
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