Computationalism

Social Epistemology 4 (2):135-154 (1990)
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This paper argues for a noncognitiveist computationalism in the philosophy of mind. It further argues that both humans and computers have intentionality, that is, their mental states are semantical -- they are about things in their worlds.
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