The Blyth Institute’s new journal will offer a focus on artificial intelligence and philosophy as well as philosophical questions in mathematics and engineering
The Blyth Institute, a think tank that explores the relationships between biology, cognitive science, and engineering, has launched a new journal, Communications of the Blyth Institute with Eric Holloway as Managing Editor and Jonathan Bartlett as Associate Editor.
Communications is intended as a discussion forum for fresh ideas in a variety of areas, including philosophy of mind as seen from a computer science perspective. It is open to ID-friendly ideas. The inaugural issue covers such topics as
Eric Holloway, Creativity and Machines, 13
Jonathan Bartlett, Simplifying and Refactoring Introductory Calculus, 17
T. M. Koch, Recategorizing the Human Senses, 29
Casey Sudduth, The Abuse of Scientific Authority, 47
Both print and digital subscriptions are available. The editors are also looking for contributors with expertise in the relevant areas.
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Has neuroscience disproved thinking? (Eric Holloway)
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