Can Computers Think? The History and Status of the Debate - Map 5 (Part 1) of 7
Can Connectionist Networks Think?

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Are connectionist networks like human neural networks?
Do connectionist networks follow rules?
Are connectionist networks vulnerable to the arguments against physical symbol systems?
Does the subsymbolic paradigm offer a valid account of connectionism?
Can connectionist networks exhibit systematicity?
Other connectionist arguments

Sidebars
Postulates of Connectionism
Learning in Connectionist Networks
History of Connectionism

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