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Psychology Computer Science Neurobiology Linguistics Philosophy Cognitive Science Psycho- linguistics Cognitive Neuroscience AI, Neural Networks, and Comp. Ling. Formal Logic Neuropsychology Computational Neuroscience Philosophy of Mind Formal Syntax Cognitive Psychology Formal Semantics Psychology
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Rationalism All men are mortal. Socrates is a man. Is Socrates mortal? Question: We all agree that: We all agree that: We must all agree that: Socrates is mortal. What if one or more of the assumptions we are all agreeing on turn out to be wrong?
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Is Socrates mortal? Question: Run an Experiment: Measure the pulse on his skeletal remains. Define ‘mortal’: capable of dying. Results: No pulse. We conclude:
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