MIT Press (1993)

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Barbara Von Eckardt
Rhode Island School of Design
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In this richly detailed analysis, Barbara Von Eckardt lays the foundations for understanding what it means to be a cognitive scientist.
Keywords Artificial Intelligence  Cognition  Linguistics  Mind  Neuroscience  Psychoanalysis  Psychology  Science
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