Pylyshyn, Z. W.




Minds, machines and phenomenology: Some reflections on Dreyfus’ What Computers Can’t Do

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Rather than provide a general review of Dreyfus critique this article concentrates on certain fundamental criticisms that Dreyfus directs at the information-processing approach to cognitive psychology and points out the unique conception of what it means to understand cognition which separates a phenomenologist from the typical cognitive psychologist.