Authentic intentionality

In Matthias Scheutz (ed.), Computationalism: New Directions. MIT Press (2002)
Abstract
What is the relation between computation and intennonality? Cognition presup- poses intentionality (or semantics). This much is certain. So, if, according to com- putationalism, cognition is computation, then computation, mo, presupposes..
Keywords Authenticity  Cognition  Computation  Intentionality
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