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Here some classical reading about philosophy of
information. Each source is available in electronic format and, if possible, it is mirrored locally in pdf format.
Note: It is possible to download this list also in BibTeX format:
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Bloch, N. (1996). "What is Functionalism". The Encyclopedia of Philosophy Supplement, Macmillan.
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Block, N. (1995). "The Mind as the Software of the Brain". An Invitation to Cognitive Science. D. Osherson, L. Gleitman, S. Kosslyn, E. Smith and S. Sternberg, MIT Press.
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Chaitin, G. (1974). "Informationtheoretic computational complexity." IEEE Transactions on Information Theory 20: 1015.
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Chaitin, G. (1982). "Gödel's theorem and information." International Journal of Theoretical Physics 22: 941954.
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Chaitin, G. (2002). "Computers, paradoxes and the foundations of mathematics." American Scientist 90: 164171.
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Copeland, B. J. (1996). "What is Computation?" Synthese 108: 335359.
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Dennett, D. C. and J. Haugeland (1987). "Intentionality". The Oxford Companion to the Mind. R. L. Gregory, Oxford University Press.
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Goodman, N. (1978). "Ways of Worldmaking". Indianapolis, Hackett.
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Harnad, S. (1989). "Minds, Machines and Searle." Theoretical and Experimental Artificial Intelligence 1: 525.
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Harnad, S. (1990). "The Symbol Grounding Problem." Physica D 42: 335346.
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Harnad, S. (1992). "The Turing Test Is Not A Trick: Turing Indistinguishability Is A Scientific Criterion." SIGART Bulletin 3(4): 910.
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Nagel, T. (1974). "What is it like to be a bat?" Philosophical Review 83: 43550.
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Pangaro, P. (1991). "Cybernetics". Macmillan Encyclopedia of Computers. G. G. Bitter. New York; Toronto; New York, Macmillan; Maxwell Macmillan Canada; Maxwell Macmillan International.
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Pinker, S. and A. Prince (1988). "On Language and Connectionism: An Analysis of a Parallel Distributed Processing Model of Language Acquisition." Cognition 28(73193).
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Pylyshyn, Z. W. (1989). "Computing in Cognitive Science". Foundations of Cognitive Science. M. Posner. Cambridge, MIT Press.
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Pylyshyn, Z. W. (1999). "What's in your mind?" What is cognitive science? Z. P. E. Lepore. Malden, Blackwell.
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Ross Ashby, W. (1956). "An Introduction to Cybernetics". London, Chapman & Hall.
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Searle, J. R. (1990). "Is the brain a digital computer?" Proceedings of the American Philosophical Association 64(3): 2138.
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Shannon, C. E. (1948). "A mathematical theory of communication." Bell System Technical Journal 27: 379423;623656.
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Turing, A. M. (19367). "On Computable Numbers, with an Application to the Entscheidungsproblem." Proceedings of the London Mathematical Society 42: 230265.
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Turing, A. M. (1950). "Computing machinery and intelligence." Mind 59: 433460.
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