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This volume explores how it is that we can know things and show responsibility in all that we do. It challenges the popular image of computers as information and knowledge processors, and opens up old questions about information informing ourselves - questions that are made urgent by new information technology.
Keywords Computers and civilization   Artificial intelligence   Philosophy of mind   Knowledge, Theory of   Electronic data processing   Logic, Symbolic and mathematical
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