Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications Vol. 33
Brain, mind and Physics
P. Pylkkanen, P. Pylkko and A. Hautamaki
160x240mm pp.300 Yen12000 1997
There is a growing feeling that standard cognitive science has not fulfilled many of the expectations which were initially attached to it. At least two critical approaches lend themselves to those who are looking for new perspectives to understanding the human mind. In this volume we can see a whole variety of resonses to this dialogue. Topics covered include: non-conceptual experience and content, quantum, brain dynamics, collective thinking, implicate order, mindware and neural anomalies.