Logic in Cognitive Science: Bridging the Gap between Symbolic and Connectionist Paradigms

This paper surveys applications of logical methods in the cognitive sciences. Special attention is paid to non-monotonic logics and complexity theory. We argue that these particular tools have been useful in clarifying the debate between symbolic and connectionist models of cognition.
Keywords logic  cognitive science  computational complexity  models of cognition
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