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A leading mind in the world of artificial intelligence answers the provocative question: Can we introduce emotion into the computer? David Gelernter, one of the leading lights in artificial intelligence today, begins The Muse in the Machine with this provocative question. In providing an answer, he not only points to a future revolution in computers, but radically changes our views of the human mind itself.

Bringing together insights from computer science, cognitive psychology, philosophy of mind, and literary theory, David Gelernter presents what is sure to be a much debated view of how humans have thought, how we think today, and how computers will learn to think in the future. A Guide for the Godless: Atheism and a Meaningful Life. Birth and Death of Meaning. Out of Our Heads. Philosophical Obstacles to a Science of Consciousness.

Pragmatics of Human Communication: Summary and Analysis of Man’s Search for Meaning. The Fate of Romance over Time. Narcissism and Narcissistic Behaviour. Lord of the Flies: Imagining the Kingdom Cultural Liturgies. Different Forms of Violence. A User’s Guide to Thought and Meaning. The Message in the Bottle. By the Late John Brockman. A Pattern of Madness.

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Ontology and Phenomenology of Speech. The Concept of Creativity in Science and Art. Where the Waters Meet. Gestalt in Pastoral Care and Counseling.

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