The Mind, The Brain And Complex Adaptive Systems

Paperback | January 21, 1995

byHarold J. MorowitzEditorJerome L. Singer

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Based upon a conference held in May 1993, this book discusses the intersection of neurobiology, cognitive psychology and computational approaches to cognition.

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This is a volume of thoughtful essays by a group of scientific leaders from physics, cognitive psychology, cognitive science, the philosophy of science, artificial intelligence, and brain physiology. It addresses fundamental issues such as, in the words of one of the contributors, 'How a mind resides in a brain.' The essays are set in ...

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Based upon a conference held in May 1993, this book discusses the intersection of neurobiology, cognitive psychology and computational approaches to cognition.

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This is a volume of thoughtful essays by a group of scientific leaders from physics, cognitive psychology, cognitive science, the philosophy of science, artificial intelligence, and brain physiology. It addresses fundamental issues such as, in the words of one of the contributors, 'How a mind resides in a brain.' The essays are set in ...

Format:PaperbackDimensions:237 pages, 9 × 6 × 0.56 inPublished:January 21, 1995Publisher:Westview Press

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ISBN - 10:0201409860

ISBN - 13:9780201409864

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This is a volume of thoughtful essays by a group of scientific leaders from physics, cognitive psychology, cognitive science, the philosophy of science, artificial intelligence, and brain physiology. It addresses fundamental issues such as, in the words of one of the contributors, 'How a mind resides in a brain.' The essays are set in the framework of the evolving scientific concept of complex adaptive systems, the basis for which is laid in an impressive essay by another Nobelist, physicist Murray Gell-Mann.