Levels of description in nonclassical cognitive science

Philosophy 34:159-188 (1992)
David Marr provided an influential account of levels of description in classical cognitive science. In this paper we contrast Marr'ent with some alternatives that are suggested by the recent emergence of connectionism. Marr's account is interesting and important both because of the levels of description it distinguishes, and because of the way his presentation reflects some of the most basic, foundational, assumptions of classical AI-style cognitive science . Thus, by focusing on levels of description, one can sharpen foundational differences between classicism and potential non-classical conceptions of mentality that might emerge under the rubric of connectionism
Keywords Cognitive Science  Mental  Mind  Science  Marr, D
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DOI 10.1017/S1358246100002496
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