Some Philosophical Issues in Computer Science

Minds and Machines 21 (2):123-133 (2011)
Abstract
The essays included in the special issue dedicated to the philosophy of computer science examine new philosophical questions that arise from reflection upon conceptual issues in computer science and the insights such an enquiry provides into ongoing philosophical debates
Keywords Philosophy of computer science
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