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- Ronald Prescott Loui, Gilbert Harman
- Artif. Intell.
- 1987

- Gilbert Harman
- 2006

There are three familiar and related arguments against psycho-physical functionalism and the computer model of the mind. The first is that we are directly aware of intrinsic features of our experience and argues that there is no way to account for this awareness in a functional view. The second claims that a person blind from birth can know all about the… (More)

- Gilbert Harman
- Notre Dame Journal of Formal Logic
- 1982

- Stephen Neale, Anne Bezuidenhout, +33 authors Peter Momtchiloff
- 2007

The main purpose of this paper is to characterize and compare two forms any relativist thesis can take: indexical relativism and genuine relativism. Indexical relativists claim that the implicit indexicality of certain sentences is the only source of relativity. Genuine relativists, by contrast, claim that there is relativ-ity not just at the level of… (More)

- Gilbert Harman
- Math. Comput.
- 2005

Let p denote a prime. In this article we provide the first published lower bounds for the greatest prime factor of p − 1 exceeding (p − 1) 1 2 in which the constants are effectively computable. As a result we prove that it is possible to calculate a value x 0 such that for every x > x 0 there is a p < x with the greatest prime factor of p − 1 exceeding x 3… (More)

In this article, we provide a tutorial overview of some aspects of statistical learning theory, which also goes by other names such as statistical pattern recognition, nonparametric classification and estimation, and supervised learning. We focus on the problem of two-class pattern classification for various reasons. This problem is rich enough to capture… (More)

- Gilbert Harman
- 2002

Albert thinks about what route to take to get to Boston. He thinks that, while the direct western route is faster, the scenic eastern route is longer but more enjoyable with less traffic. He is in a bit of a hurry but could probably arrive on time going either way. He eventually reaches a decision. The reasoning Albert goes through in settling on what route… (More)

- Gilbert Harman
- 2010

In order to understand the relations between reasoning and logic, it is crucial not to confuse issues of implication with issues of inference. Inference and implication are very different things and the relation between them is rather obscure. Implication is a fairly abstract matter, a relation among propositions. Inference and reasoning are psychological… (More)