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Classical Computationalism, Connectionism, and Computational Neuroscience

Computationalism is the view that cognitive capacities have a computational explanation or, somewhat more strongly, that cognition is (a kind of) computation. For simplicity, these two formulations will be used interchangeably. Most cognitive scientists endorse some version of ...

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