The Neurocomputational mind meets normative epistemology 1

@article{Livingston1996TheNM,
  title={The Neurocomputational mind meets normative epistemology 1},
  author={K. Livingston},
  journal={Philosophical Psychology},
  year={1996},
  volume={9},
  pages={33-59}
}
Abstract The rapid development of connectionist models in computer science and of powerful computational tools in neuroscience has encouraged eliminativist materialist philosophers to propose specific alternatives to traditional mentalistic theories of mind. One of the problems associated with such a move is that elimination of the mental would seem to remove access to ideas like truth as the foundations of normative epistemology. Thus, a successful elimination of propositional or sentential… Expand
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