Age of Significance V1 · C0 · 2 ... Introduction V1 · C0 · 3

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    Introduction " I see! " said a voice at the back of the hall, breaking the silence. " You are trying to articulate, in language that only philosophers can understand , intuitions that only computer scientists can have. " Still haunting, thirty years later. But it is time for change. The aim of this essay is to provide a comprehensive, systematic, philosophically rigorous analysis of the foundations of computing. Or anyway that is how things start. Surprisingly, given computing' s vaunted status… CONTINUE READING

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