In Michael I. Posner (ed.), Foundations of Cognitive Science. MIT Press (1989)

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Zenon Pylyshyn
Rutgers University - New Brunswick
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influence. One of the principal characteristics that distinguishes Cognitive Science from more traditional studies of cognition within Psychology, is the extent to which it has been influenced by both the ideas and the techniques of computing. It may come as a surprise to the outsider, then, to discover that there is no unanimity within the discipline on either (a) the nature (and in some cases the desireabilty) of the influence and (b) what computing is –- or at least on its
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