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Freedom and Reality: A Response
This is the case not merely because there will always be something more to know; rather, it is so because completed knowledge is oxymoronic, self-defeating. AI theorists have long dreamed of what Daniel Dennett once called heterophenomenology, the idea ...
Review by Mary Jean Walker
Chapter one looks at the background to Dennett's account: his commitment to naturalism, his 'heterophenomenological method', and his views of consciousness. In chapter two McCarthy explains Dennett's view of the self as a centre of narrative gravity.
Lessons from the shock machine
Stanley Milgram's obedience research is one of psychology's most famous experiments, but it might not be all that it seems, reports Gina Perry. It's a balmy summer evening in 1961 at Yale University in New Haven, Conneciticut, as people hurry to the ...

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