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  1. Stevan Harnad (1993). Exorcizing the Ghost of Mental Imagery. Computational Intelligence 9 (4):337-339.
    The problem seems apparent even in Glasgow's term ``depict'', which is used by way of contrast with ``describe''. Now ``describe'' refers relatively unproblematically to strings of symbols, such as those in this written sentence, that are systematically interpretable as propositions describing objects, events, or states of affairs. But what does ``depict'' mean? In the case of a picture -- whether a photo or a diagram -- it is clear what depict means. A picture is an object (I will argue below (...)
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  2. J. I. Glasgow (1993). The Imagery Debate Revisited: A Computational Perspective. Computational Intelligence 9:310-33.
     
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