Исторический словарь цитат из когнитивной науки: психология, философия и искусственный интеллект (compiled by M.Wagman, London. 2000)

Исторический словарь цитат из когнитивной науки: психология, философия и искусственный интеллект (compiled by M.Wagman, London. 2000)

Название: Historical dictionary of quotations in cognitive science:
a treasury of quotations in psychology, philosophy, andartificial intelligence /

Исторический словарь цитат из когнитивной науки:
сокровищница цитат по психологии, философии и искусственному интеллекту

Автор: Morton Wagman
Издательство: London, Greenwood Press
Год: 2000
Страниц: 288
Формат: DJVU
Размер: 1,0 Мб
Качество: отличное
Язык: Английский
ISBN-10: 0313312842
ISBN-13: 978-0313312847

  There are many books of quotations. This volume is a highly specialized one for the new areas of cognitive science that include psychology, philosophy and artificial intelligence. This is the only book of its type. The quotations in this volume have been selected with regard to criteria of special interest to scholars, professionals, and graduate students in psychology, philosophy, and artificial intelligence. The selections have met one or more of the following criteria: appealing to special interest; being well expressed, succinct, apt, pithy, clever, insightful, fundamental, basic; summarizing; epitomizing; clearly stating a position; providing an overview; illuminating a special topic; defining goals, presenting a historical sketch of an area of research; reflecting divergent assumptions of scientists and scholars; contrasting methods and approaches; defining limitations in a conceptual area of research and theory; and, most important, being centrally foundational to the field. The categories into which the quotations are divided represent nearly two hundred aspects of thought, and the more than four hundred quo tations represent the product of the best thinking of scholars and scientists within these categories, which have to do with the thinking that psychology, philosophy, and artificial intelligence comprise. The quotations are, of course, the manifest product of the scholars` thought concerning some aspects of a category of thinking. Scholars, professionals, and graduate and advanced undergraduate students in psychology, philosophy, artificial intelligence, and related disciplines who are looking for the best thought in the form of an epitomizing quotation concerning a specific topic or subtopic in cognitive science will find the book especially informative. 
  The book is organized by a categorized system of key phrases. In this format, each category title is followed by a key phrase, for example, Analogy The Mathematical View; or Artificial Intelligence Three Goals of Artificial Intelligence. The key phrases epitomize the intellectual contribution of the quotations they introduce, which span classical civilization through the Renaissance and the Enlightenment to scientific modernity and the Information Age. The quotations, which vary in length from 10 words to 300 words, are followed by citations that provide source page numbers to enable the reader to locate the quotation and ascertain its context. The organization of the categories, the key phrases, and the quotations, along with the author index, the subject index, and the bibliography, is intended to facilitate use of thus volume. Thus, the categories in the text are arranged alphabetically, with each quotation appearing under a heading consisting of the category title and the key phrase. Within each category, quotations are arranged chronologically. The author index lists alphabetically the names of the authors of the quotations and the names cited within quotations. The subject index, which lists dictionary entries with page numbers in boldface, provides easy access to these category titles and key phrases. Appropriate cross-references for this data are cited. Finally, the complete bibliography of the books from which the quotations are drawn will prove to be a valuable resource to interested readers.Quality and recency of quotations are important selection criteria. Thus, outstanding intellectual developments in traditional artificial intelligence as well as in more recent connectionist paradigms are well represented. The best quotations from current theories in the philosophy of mind as well as influential quotations from venerable philosophical thought are included. Many of the quotations reflect contemporary developments in logic, language, and mathematical thought. Cognitive psychology, including memory, learning, reasoning, and problem solving. Is well represented in many quotations. In short, this book is a treasury of thinking about thinking, a compendium of distinguished quotations in psychology, philosophy, artificial intelligence, and cognitive science.
   Historical Dictionary of Quotations in Cognitive Science: A Treasury of Quotations in Psychology, Philosophy. and Artificial Intelligence is the most recent volume in a series of published and planned volumes with the consistent theme of developing intellectual grounding for establishing the theoretical and research foundations 
and the psychological and philosophical implications of a general unified theory of human and artificial intelligence (Wagman, 1991a, 1991b, 1993, 1995, 1996, 1997a, 1997b, 1998a, 1998b, 1998c, 1999, 2000). Each of the volumes contributes important aspects of this enterprise, and each reflects new theory, research, and knowledge in both human and artificial intelligence across the domains of problem solving, reasoning, analogical thinking, learning, memory, linguistic processes, and scientific creativity. The volumes are mutually supportive, and all are directed to the same audience: to scholars and professionals in psychology, artificial intelligence, and cognitive science, and to graduate and advanced undergraduate students in these and related disciplines.

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