“Defending the semantic conception of computation in cognitive science.”

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-rpqgv-e5745d

One popular response to the “chinese room” thought experiment is to offer a broader notion of computation, one that doesn’t depend on rules manipulating syntax. What alternative is there, and what is the argument for it? I examine:

 

O’Brien (2011). Defending the semantic conception of computation in cognitive science. Journal of Cognitive Science, 12, 381–399.

 

to find out.

 

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