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Wittgenstein and Cognitive Science

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Richard McDonough Memoir: Bruce Goldberg, 1937 – 1999
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Richard McDonough Introduction: Wittgenstein and the Possibility of Man
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Bruce Goldberg Are Human Beings Mechanisms?
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John V. Canfield Folk Psychology Versus Philosophical Anthropology
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Richard McDonough Bringing Cognitive Science Back to Life
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Terry Dartnall Normative Engines: Stalking the Wild Wittgensteinian Machine
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Robert L. Arrington Machines, Consciousness, and Thought
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Mark Glouberman The Practical World: Synthesis, Science, and Kant’s Idealism
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Michael Hymers Being and Being True: Does Practice Make Any Difference?
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Philip MacEwen Does Morality Depend on Religion?: A Response to Bosanquet and Rachels
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