On Feb 18, 2009, at 1:58 AM, Anders W.Tell wrote:
Ali Hashemi wrote:
In terms of debates, there's a fairly well developed, though implicit / informal ontology to be found on "debate graphs"
The third entry and debategraph and its argumentation may very well interest the participants on this list :) "Can Computers Think?
A long term project with AI theorists and philosophers to bring Robert Horn's brilliant and pioneering debate map of 50 years of philosophical argument about the Turing Test and the possibility of computer thought up to date"
Its fairly well known. It is also, now, woefully out of date. Still, it makes for a very entertaining trot through the main issues in what might be called the philosophy of cognitive science.