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Connectionism: A Current Approach to Mind in Cognitive Science and Philosophy

@inproceedings{Kraemer2003ConnectionismAC,
  title={Connectionism: A Current Approach to Mind in Cognitive Science and Philosophy},
  author={E. Kraemer},
  year={2003}
}
The rise of cognitive science, encompassing developments in neurobiology, computer science, linguistics, psychology, anthropology, and philosophy of science in the mid-20 th century, has dramatically reshaped the way both mind and brain are conceived of and studied in contemporary academic settings. The mind-body dualism characteristic of Descartes and others has lost ground to monistic, materialistic accounts of mind, insofar as “mind” is conceived as either the brain, or subsystems of it… Expand

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