Computational Artifacts: the Things of Computer Science

Philosophy and Technology 33 (2):357-367 (2020)
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Abstract

The reviewers Rapaport, Stephanou, Angius, Primiero, and Bringsjord of Turner cover a broad range of topics in the philosophy of computer science. They either challenge the positions outlined in Turner or offer a more refined analysis. This article is a response to their challenges.

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