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References

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Bringsjord, S. (1992) What Robots Can and Can't Be (Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer).

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Bringsjord, S. & Ferrucci, D. (in press) ``Logic and Artificial Intelligence: Divorced, Still Married, Separated tex2html_wrap_inline78 ?" Minds and Machines.

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Bringsjord, S. (1991) ``Is the Connectionist-Logicist Clash one of AI's Wonderful Red Herrings?" Journal of Experimental & Theoretical AI 3.4: 319-349.

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Dennett, D.C. (1994) ``The Practical Requirements for Making a Conscious Robot," Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London 349: 133-146.

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Doyle, A.C. (1984) ``The Adventure of Silver Blaze," in The Celebrated Cases of Sherlock Holmes (Minneapolis, MN: Amarenth Press), pp. 172-187.

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Tchaikovsky (1893) ``Letter to Vladimir Davidov (Tchaikovsky's nephew)," reproduced in Notes on Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 6 - Pathétique, text included with CD produced by RCA Records, New York, NY, 1985.

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Ybarra, M.J. (1996) ``Discovering an Answer in the Flames," New York Times, Sunday, February 4, Section A, p. 13.


Selmer Bringsjord
Tue Oct 8 12:16:30 EDT 1996