CSE 575, Fall 2001
GENERAL ISSUES IN COGNITIVE SCIENCE
Pinker, Steven (1997),
How the Mind Works
(New York: W.W. Norton).
List of UB Cog Sci research
Sources of information on
Carr, Catherine; Dorr, Bonnie Jean; Husbands, Phil; Lakoff, George;
Okamoto, Yoshi; Peterson, Donald M.; Keil, Frank C.; & Wilson, Robert A.
book review, with editors' replies, of MITECS,
(1985/1987), The Mind's New Science: A History of
Cognitive Revolution, with a New Epilogue by the Author: Cognitive
Science After 1984 (New York: Basic Books).
Gardner, Howard (1995), "Green Ideas Sleeping Furiously",
New York Review of Books
(23 March): 32-34, 36-38.
& Simon, Herbert A. (1976),
"Computer Science as Empirical Inquiry: Symbols and Search",
of the ACM
reprinted in John Haugeland (ed.), Mind Design: Philosophy,
Psychology, Artificial Intelligence (Cambridge, MA: MIT
Press): 35-66, and in John Haugeland (ed.), Mind Design II:
Psychology, Artificial Intelligence, revised and enlarged edition
(Cambridge, MA: MIT Press): 81-110.
Fodor, Jerry A.
The Language of
(New York: Thomas Y. Crowell).
Dennett, Daniel C.
Journal of Philosophy 68: 87-106; reprinted in Daniel C. Dennett,
Brainstorms (Montgomery, VT: Bradford Books): 3-22.
Prof. William C. Schmidt's
on the mind.
Copyright © 2001 by
William J. Rapaport