Minds, machines and phenomenology: Some reflections on Dreyfus' What Computers Can't Do

Cognition 3 (1):57-77 (1974)
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Keywords Analog  Artificial Intelligence  Attention  Body  Cognition  Computer  Epistemology  Gestalt  Heuristics  Machine  Minds  Part  Perception  Phenomenology  Science  Understanding  Whole  Dreyfus, H  Piaget  Polanyi, M
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DOI 10.1016/0010-0277(74)90023-7
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