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History of Cognitive Science

Margaret BodenMargaret Boden is not a historian, but she has been a prominent British cognitive scientist since the 1970s, when she wrote Artificial Intelligence and Natural Man. She also founded the cognitive science program at the University of Sussex. Having been part of something for over 30 years often entitles one’s opinions about its history to at least a careful hearing, and Professor Boden has offered up a rather extended opinion in her latest book, Mind as Machine: A History of Cognitive Science. Continue reading History of Cognitive Science