From the Back Cover
The information revolution is dramatically changing the world, and philosophy is no exception. Computer technology is changing the professional activities of philosophers, including how they do research, how they cooperate with each other, and how they teach their university courses. Most importantly, computers are having a significant impact upon foundational concepts in philosophy, such as the mind, consciousness, reasoning, logic, knowledge, truth and creativity. This important book, which results from a series of presentations at American Philosophical Association conferences, explores the major ways in which computers are changing philosophy.
About the Author
Terrell Ward Bynum
is Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Research Center on Computing and Society at Southern Connecticut State University. For 24 years, he was Editor-in-Chief of the scholarly journal Metaphilosophy.
He is author, editor and translator of books and articles on computer ethics, philosophy of science, philosophy of mathematics, artificial intelligence, developmental psychology and teaching philosophy.
James H. Moor is a Professor of Philosophy at Dartmouth College; he has developed software for teaching logic and has published numerous articles in philosophy of science, philosophy of mind, logic, philosophy of artificial intelligence, and computer ethics.