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Learning and Memory: The Enlightened Mind



Dr. Tyler Burge

CalCogSci

Posted: Aug 27, 2013


In this May 4, 2013 talk from the Fifth Annual California Cognitive Science Conference, UCLA philosopher Tyler Burge addresses the topic ’ Learning and Memory: The Enlightened Mind.

The Fifth Annual California Cognitive Science Conference 2013
Learning and Memory: The Enlightened Mind
May 4, 2013
http://cssa.berkeley.edu/conference.php

Presented by UC Berkeley Cognitive Science Student Association
cssa.berkeley.edu

Tyler Burge / Philosophy / UCLA
Dr. Tyler Burge is Distinguished Professor of Philosophy at the University of California at Los Angeles. He has published many papers and books on philosophy of mind, history of philosophy, and epistemology, and has been featured in the New York Times. Dr. Burge is perhaps best known for his writings on anti-individualism with respect to mental states, also known as externalism. He is a member of the National Academy of Arts and Sciences and the British Academy. His most recent book, Origins of Objectivity, provides key insights into the relationship between perception and representation, considered more broadly

 


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