Inquiry into intentional systems I : Issues in ecological physics

@inproceedings{Kugler2004InquiryII,
  title={Inquiry into intentional systems I : Issues in ecological physics},
  author={P. N. Kugler and Robert E. Shaw and Kim J. Vincente and Jeffrey M. Kinsella-Shaw},
  year={2004}
}
The role of intention in guiding the behavior of goal-directed systems is a problem that continues to challenge behavioral science. While it is generally agreed that intentional systems must be consistent with the laws of physics, there are many obvious differences between inanimate, physical systems and sentient, intentional systems. This suggests that there must be constraints over and above those of physics that govern goal-directed behavior. In this paper it is suggested that generic… CONTINUE READING

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