Philosophy of Cognitive Science, PHIL 110
Consideration of philosophical and foundational issues in cognitive science, including the Turing Test, the Chinese Room argument, the nature of cognitive architecture, animal cognition, connectionism vs. symbolic artificial intelligence, and the possibility of thinking machines.
Credit: 6 quarter units /
4 semester units credit
UC Merced, Social Sci, Humanities & Arts
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PHIL 001 UG C- OR COGS 001 UG C-
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Cross-listed with COGS 110