In The Algebraic Mind, Marcus dives into the difficult waters of the connectionist-symbolic debate.
(Kenneth J. Kurtz Cognitive Sciences Society Newsletter
From the Back Cover
"The Algebraic Mind is a rare and invaluable achievement, which should be required reading for cog nitive scientists, cognitive neuroscientists, and researchers in artificial intelligence." --Steven Pinker, Peter de Florez Professor at MIT, and author of How the Mind Works and Words and Rules.
"This is a beautifully clear, fiercely argued book, and it will have a huge influence on how resea rchers from a range of different perspectives think about the nature of cognition and development."
-- Paul Bloom, Professor, Department of Psychology, Yale University
"a masterpiece of clear exposition from someone who has thought long and deeply about these questions."
-- C. R. Gallistel, Professor of Psychology, Rutgers University
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