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  1. Robert I. Damper (2004). The Chinese Room Argument--Dead but Not yet Buried. Journal of Consciousness Studies 11 (5-6):159-169.
    This article is an accompaniment to Anthony Freeman’s review of Views into the Chinese Room, reflecting on some pertinent outstanding questions about the Chinese room argument. Although there is general agreement in the artificial intelligence community that the CRA is somehow wrong, debate continues on exactly why and how it is wrong. Is there a killer counter-argument and, if so, what is it? One remarkable fact is that the CRA is prototypically a thought experiment, yet it has been very little (...)
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  2. Robert I. Damper (2006). The Logic of Searle's Chinese Room Argument. Minds and Machines 16 (2):163-183.
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    Simon F. Worgan & Robert I. Damper (2007). Grounding Symbols in the Physics of Speech Communication. Interaction Studies 8 (1):7-30.
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    Robert I. Damper (2001). Programs, Models, Theories, and Reality. Behavioral and Brain Sciences 24 (6):1055-1056.
    The question “Are ‘biorobots' good models of biological behaviour?” can be seen as a specific instance of a more general question about the relation between computer programs and models, between models and theories, and between theories and reality. This commentary develops a personal view of these relations, from an antirealism perspective. Programs, models, theories and reality are separate and distinct entities which may converge in particular cases but should never be confused.
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  5. Simon F. Worgan & Robert I. Damper (2007). Grounding Symbols in the Physics of Speech Communication. Interaction Studiesinteraction Studies Social Behaviour and Communication in Biological and Artificial Systems 8 (1):7-30.
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