Journal: Minds and Machines

Volume 16, Issue 4

381 -- 436William J. Rapaport. How Helen Keller used syntactic semantics to escape from a Chinese Room
437 -- 441Pawel Lupkowski. Some historical remarks on Block's "Aunt Bubbles" argument
443 -- 461Monica Meijsing. Real people and virtual bodies: How disembodied can embodiment be?
463 -- 470Bradley Monton, Sanford Goldberg. The problem of the many minds
471 -- 478Istvan S. N. Berkeley. Moving the goal posts: a reply to Dawson and Piercey
479 -- 493John Dilworth. A reflexive dispositional analysis of mechanistic perception
495 -- 524Arnold Silverberg. Chomsky and Egan on computational theories of vision

Volume 16, Issue 3

237 -- 238Rolf Haenni, Stephan Hartmann. Special Issue of Minds and Machines on Causality, Uncertainty and Ignorance
239 -- 257Brad Weslake. Common causes and the direction of causation
259 -- 276Jon Williamson. Dispositional versus epistemic causality
277 -- 287Christian Jakob. Hitchcock's (2001) treatment of singular and general causation
289 -- 302Kevin B. Korb, Erik Nyberg. The power of intervention
303 -- 317Daniel Steel. Homogeneity, selection, and the faithfulness condition
319 -- 338Malcolm R. Forster. Counterexamples to a likelihood theory of evidence
339 -- 364Michael Smithson. Scale construction from a decisional viewpoint
365 -- 380Rocío García-Retamero, Ulrich Hoffrage. How causal knowledge simplifies decision-making

Volume 16, Issue 2

107 -- 139Thomas R. Shultz, Alan C. Bale. Neural networks discover a near-identity relation to distinguish simple syntactic forms
141 -- 161Robert Sparrow, Linda Sparrow. In the hands of machines? The future of aged care
163 -- 183Robert I. Damper. The logic of Searle's Chinese room argument
185 -- 200Nick Bostrom. Quantity of experience: brain-duplication and degrees of consciousness
201 -- 219Andreas Martin Lisewski. The concept of strong and weak virtual reality
221 -- 224Patrick Allo. M. Augier and J. G. March (eds): Models of a Man: Essays in Memory of Herbert Simon. - Cambridge: M.I.T., 2004, ISBN 0-262-01208-1, xiv + 592, $45
225 -- 230Pritha Chandra. Dedre Gentner and Susan Goldin-Meadow (eds): Language in Mind: Advances in the Study of Language and Thought. - Cambridge, MA: The MIT Press, 2003, ISBN 0-262-57163-3, x + 528 pp
231 -- 236Ramesh Kumar Mishra. Maria Teresa Guasti, Language Acquisition: The Growth of Grammar. - The MIT Press, Cambridge, MA, 2004, ISBN 0-262-57220-6, x + 496 pp, $28.00

Volume 16, Issue 1

1 -- 0Jon Dorbolo. Daniel Dennett and the computational turn
3 -- 5Jon Dorbolo. Introduction
7 -- 19Bill Uzgalis. Interview with Daniel Dennett conducted by Bill Uzgalis in Boston, Massachusetts on December 29, 2004
21 -- 28Joanna J. Bryson. The attentional spotlight
29 -- 41David Joslin. Real realization: Dennett's real patterns versus Putnam's ubiquitous automata
43 -- 55David Beisecker. Dennett's Overlooked Originality
57 -- 71Bence Nanay. Symmetry between the intentionality of minds and machines? The biological plausibility of Dennett's account
73 -- 80C. T. A. Schmidt, Felicitas Kraemer. Robots, Dennett and the autonomous: a terminological investigation
81 -- 86Jon Dorbolo. Intuition Pumps
87 -- 93Amit Hagar, Alexandre Korolev. Quantum Hypercomputability?
95 -- 100Johannes Lenhard. Book Review
101 -- 105Paul Bohan Broderick. Book Review