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  1. From the Projection of Human Organs to the Projection of an Artificial ManOd Projekcije Ljudskih Organa Do Projekcije Umjetnog Čovjeka.Ivana Greguric & Ivo Džinić - 2022 - Disputatio Philosophica 23 (1):77-88.
    Based on the thesis of Ernst Kapp about the projection of organs during the initial creation of tools, the current article tries to show that this thesis still has its implications today. Indeed, if Kapp claims that the man created tools by observing his organs and their functionality, then it should also be stated that today, from a technical point of view, the man has reached the position of projecting technically sophisticated tools for the replacement of human organs. There is (...)
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  2. Extended Self and Identity Over TimeProšireno Jastvo I Identitet Kroz Vrijeme.Ana Grgić & Marina Novina - 2022 - Disputatio Philosophica 23 (1):65-76.
    In this paper, we discuss the Extended Self Hypothesis proposed by Andy Clark and David Chalmers, and address the objection that the extended self lacks stability and continuity needed to be considered identical over time. We try to show that such an objection is untenable. We also discuss the view according to which another type of self, i.e., the narrative self, can also be seen as extended, and argue that stability and continuity of this type of self is also not (...)
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  3. Wittgenstein’s Turn From Models to ModelingWittgensteinov Obrat Od Modela K Modeliranju.Kristijan Krkač & Josip Lukin - 2022 - Disputatio Philosophica 23 (1):3-21.
    We present a solution to the difference between Wittgenstein’s use of model in TLP and modeling in PI, RFM and OC by means of analysis of the difference in word choices and concept descriptions of the phenomena in his remarks. The method we used is conceptual analysis of Wittgenstein’s treatments of scientific models and modeling. Additionally, textual analysis and textual comparison are used in the study of his major remarks on the subject. Given the discovered difference between model and modeling (...)
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    Virtual SociabilityVirtualna Društvenost.Krešimir Peračković & Hrvoje Petrinjak - 2022 - Disputatio Philosophica 23 (1):43-63.
    Since the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, the term virtual has become one of the most used in media and everyday speech. There is an increasing amount of research done on this new reality, and the results are still to be published. However, it is insufficiently known in scientific periodicals that the concept of virtual reality, enabled by information technology, has existed in the sociological literature since the 1990s when Castells introduced it to the theory of network society. Therefore, the paper's primary (...)
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  5. A Prolegomenon on the Philosophical Foundations of Deep Learning as Theory of (Artificial) IntelligenceProlegomena Filozofijskog Utemeljenja Dubokog Učenja Kao Teorije (Umjetne) Inteligencije.Sandro Skansi & Marko Kardum - 2022 - Disputatio Philosophica 23 (1):89-99.
    This paper examines the philosophical foundations of deep learning. By pointing to the beginnings of deep learning and artificial neuron as a logical model of a human neuron, it is possible to claim that artificial intelligence was developed even before its official creation and that it was strongly connected to propositional logic. Bearing in mind some major setbacks in the development of neural networks, we show that deep learning can be treated as the theory of artificial intelligence and that it (...)
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    Black Mirror, Enhancement and the Impossibility of ForgettingCrno Zrcalo, Napredak I Nemogućnost Zaboravljanja.Miša Đurković - 2022 - Disputatio Philosophica 23 (1):23-41.
    Modern cognitive and experimental science is increasingly working to explore the meaning and importance of forgetting. Forgetting is one of the most important mental functions on an individual level, but also on a social and national level, since it enables healing, purifies the mind of difficult memories, prevents obsession with problems, and eliminates the possibility of psychosomatic illnesses. The famous British TV series Black Mirror, which has become a symbol of the challenges that modern and futuristic technology brings to man, (...)
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