Are You a Machine?: The Brain, the Mind, and What It Means to Be Human

Humanity Books (2007)
In the scientist's lair -- The mysterious power -- The ghost in the machine -- The mechanics of mind -- Consciousness emerges -- How to build a mind -- Turing's test of consciousness -- Supremacy of the machines -- The Chinese room -- Demons in the brain -- Describing the indescribable -- March of the zombies -- The denial of consciousness -- The limits of computation -- A new generation.
Keywords Philosophical anthropology  Human beings
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Call number BD450.S7657 2007
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