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William J. RapaportDepartment of Computer Science and Engineering,Department of Philosophy, Department of Linguistics,and Center for Cognitive ScienceUniversity at Buffalo, The State University of New York,Buffalo, NY 14260-2500 email@example.com ªªhttp://www.cse.buffalo.edu/∼rapaport/DRAFTc©2004–2019ºº by William J. RapaportSeptember 6, 2019philosophy computerscience
7 days ago by pfctdayelise
This book looks at some of the central issues in the philosophy of computer science. It is not designed to answer all (or even any) of the philosophical questions that can be raised about the nature of computing, computers, and computer science. Rather, it is designed to “bring you up to speed” on a conversation about these issues—to give you some background knowledge—so that you can read the literature for yourself and perhaps become part of the conversation by contributing your own views.7 days ago by danhon