Philosophy Lexicon of Arguments

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Theory of neural networks as an explanation for mind states.:

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neural networks / Fodor: work quite unlike computer (and computation) - namely associative - V 152 learning: here n.n. are superior to computers where program and data are separated - V 155
Vsneural networks: they cannot explain the systematic nature and productivity of thinking -
V 153
artificial neural networks / Pauen: Back Programming: rtroactive effect of information.
  Punch line: weight of compounds can be differentiated - learning: here the intervention of the experimenter is needed - large fault tolerance - strength: pattern recognition.

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Pau I
M. Pauen
Grundprobleme der Philosophie des Geistes Frankfurt 2001

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