Pluralism and the Future of Cognitive Science

From the introduction

“The notion that there could be one unified theory for the mind/brain can seem overly simplistic and idealistic, denying the diverse range of measures and explanatory goals present in cognitive science. The opposite of this perspective, that there will be more (perhaps many more) than just one good theory for the mind/brain, is the perspective of pluralism. This is the topic of the special issue.”

A special issue of the Taylor & Francis journal
Journal of Experimental and Theoretical Artificial Intelligence
volume 20, issue 3

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