Musings on the roles of logical and non-logical representations in intelligence

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  title={Musings on the roles of logical and non-logical representations in intelligence},
  author={Aaron Sloman},
  year={1995}
}
This paper offers a short and biased overview of the history of discussion and controversy about the role of different forms of representation in intelligent agents. It repeats and extends some of the criticisms of the ‘logicist’ approach to AI that I first made in 1971, while also defending logic for its power and generality. It identifies some common confusions regarding the role of visual or diagrammatic reasoning including confusions based on the fact that different forms of representation… CONTINUE READING
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