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by J. Richard Eiser

eBook Attitudes, Chaos and the Connectionist Mind epub
  • ISBN: 0631191291
  • Author: J. Richard Eiser
  • Genre: Other
  • Subcategory: Social Sciences
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Blackwell Pub (February 1, 1994)
  • Pages: 288 pages
  • ePUB size: 1548 kb
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This is good, if speculative, reading for those who are interested in how the mind works.

Apr 02, 2011 Sherry rated it liked it. Attidudes, Chaos and the Connectionist Mind is a broad ranging examination of attitudes: how form them; how we organized them towards otheres. This is good, if speculative, reading for those who are interested in how the mind works. This work is for those with a strong background in philosophy, psychology, sociology, and biology.

March 28, 2019 History. Attitudes, chaos, and the connectionist mind. Are you sure you want to remove Attitudes, chaos, and the connectionist mind from your list? Attitudes, chaos, and the connectionist mind. Published 1994 by Blackwell in Oxford, UK, Cambridge, Mass.

This ambitious and wide-ranging book will make fascinating reading for anyone interested in how the human mind operates.

Attitudes, Chaos, and the Connectionist Mind presents a broad ranging and fascinating examination of attitudes: how we form them: how we organize them towards others. This ambitious and wide-ranging book will make fascinating reading for anyone interested in how the human mind operates.

This book presents a broad-ranging and fascinating examination of attitudes: how we form them; how we organize them towards others; and whether they are inherently human or could also be developed by computers.

Cambridge: Blackwell (1994). Similar books and articles. Computation, Connectionism and Modelling the Mind. Cognition Poised at the Edge of Chaos: A Complex Alternative to a Symbolic Mind. James W. Garson - 1996 - Philosophical Psychology 9 (3):301-22.

Richard Eiser is the author of Attitudes, Chaos and the Connectionist Mind, published by Wiley

Richard Eiser is the author of Attitudes, Chaos and the Connectionist Mind, published by Wiley. Attitudes, Chaos, and the Connectionist Mind presents a broad ranging and fascinating examination of attitudes: how we form them; how we organize them towards others. Professor Eiser argues that human attitudes should not be regarded as simple evaluative judgements but rather as part of a more complex dynamic system.

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Richard Eiser This ambitious and wide–ranging book will make fascinating reading for anyone interested in how the human mind operates.

ISBN: 9780631191315; Attitudes, Chaos, and the Connectionist Mind presents a broad ranging and fascinating examination of attitudes: how we form them; how we organize them towards others. This ambitious and wide–ranging book will make fascinating reading for anyone interested in how the human mind operates.

Find nearly any book by . ICHARD EISER. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Categorization and social judgement (European monographs in social psychology). ISBN 9780122353505 (978-0-12-235350-5) Hardcover, Published in cooperation with the European Association of Experimental Social Psychology by Academic Press, 1972.

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This work brings together ideas not only from the traditional social psychological literature but also from cognitive psychology, philosophy of mind, computer science and chaos theory. As such, it presents a perspective which challenges many traditional theoretical approaches to attitudes. The central theme of the book is how we form and organize our attitudes - not themes which have so far featured prominently in discussions of chaos or artificial intelligence. The author traces more traditional views of attitudes from the philosophy of Hume through early psychological writings to more recent research in connectionism and cognitive science. Despite the lessons to be learnt from computer simulations of human social and cognitive processes, there are fundamental objections to the idea of a computer having an attitude. The having of an attitude is something inherently social - that is, it depends on our communication with other people and our consciousness of other minds. As such, attitudes may prove an important test of differences between machine intelligence and human consciousness. The author argues that it is impossible for a computer to develop a sense of self and a set of attitudes without the continuity of experience and of social relationships with other minds that makes us who we are.
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