Volume 19, Number 1, 2007 Selected Papers from the 2006 North American Computers and Philosophy Conference, Guest Editor:
- William J. Rapaport, Michael W. Kibby:
Contextual vocabulary acquisition as computational philosophy and as philosophical computation.
- Robb E. Eason, Robert Rosenberger, Trina Kokalis, Evan Selinger, Patrick Grim:
What kind of science is simulation?
- Robert T. Pennock:
Models, simulations, instantiations, and evidence: the case of digital evolution.
- Stephen Petersen:
The ethics of robot servitude.
- Eric Dietrich:
After the humans are gone Douglas Engelbart Keynote Address, North American Computers and Philosophy Conference Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, August, 2006.
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