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With a foreword through Paul M. Churchland and Patricia S. ChurchlandThis ebook represents the perspectives of 1 of the best mathematicians of the 20 th century at the analogies among computing machines and the residing human mind. John von Neumann concludes that the mind operates partly digitally, partly analogically, yet makes use of a weird statistical language not like that hired within the operation of synthetic pcs. This variation contains a new foreword by means of eminent figures within the fields of philosophy, neuroscience, and consciousness.Author Biography: on the time of his loss of life in February 1957, John von Neumann, well known for his thought of video games and his paintings on the digital desktop venture on the Institute for complex examine, was once serving as a member of the Atomic power fee. Paul M. and Patricia S. Churchland are professors of philosophy on the collage of California, San Diego.
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