Consciousness: A Philosophic Study of Minds and Machines

Random House (1969)
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Keywords Action  Animal  Attention  Brain Processes  Consciousness  Disposition  Event  Feedback  Functionalism  Identity Theory  Machine  Metaphysics  Mind  Motivation  Other Minds  Pain  Perception  Purpose  Response  Bigelow, J  Rosenblueth, A  Ryle, G  Scriven, M  Taylor, C  Taylor, R  Wiener, N
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DOI 10.2307/2183996
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