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Philosophy of Mind in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries
A bright metallic thread of future-oriented thinking runs through the tapestry of the philosophy of mind, especially in those parts of the fi eld that have grappled with the possibility of minds as machines. Can a robot feel pain? Can a suitably programmed computer think actual thoughts? Could humans survive the total replacement of their nervous system by neural prosthetics? As the pace of technological change quickens, what was once purely speculative is becoming more and more real. Asdoi:10.4324/9780429508127-13 fatcat:orgwbjhacrfitnti5nazhn7ota