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Michael Behe[edit]

Darwin's Black Box
Free Press

Russell Dale[edit]

The Theory of Meaning
Advisor: Stephen Schiffer, the author of Remants of Meaning (1987)
  • Abstract: This dissertation is concerned with that notion of meaning which is most commonly understood to apply to linguistic expressions. "Snow is white", it can be said, is a linguistic expression which means among English speakers that snow is white. But for an expression to mean something among a group of people, certain facts about the psychological states of the people in the group must hold. Meaning, it is maintained, is primarily to be understood in terms of some regularity of communicative practices among the members of a group, and these communicative practices, in turn, are to be understood in terms of certain psychological states of the members of the group. When the notion of meaning is conceived of in this way, the task of providing a theory of meaning will be understood as he two-fold task of stating which communicative practices are relevant to meaning and then saying what sort of regularity of these practices will constitute meaning.
  • The Theory of Meaning (dissertation) [1]
  • Grice's Oxford and Relevance Theory [2]

Martin Campbell-Kelly[edit]

Computer: A History of the Information Machine
with William Aspray
  • "From the World Brain to The World Wide Web"
    • the title of the last chapter
    • the title of Annual Gresham College BSHM Lecture, 09/11/2006 [3] Lecture notes [4]

Brian Gaines[edit]

Convergence to the Information Highway

Samuel Huntington[edit]

The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order
a book expanding on a 1993 essay "The Clash of Civilizations?" Foreign Affairs, vol. 72, no. 3 (Summer 1993) pp. 22-49

Allen Newell[edit]

David Steier and Tom Michael Mitchell, eds.
Mind Matters: A Tribute to Allen Newell

Jane Oakhill[edit]

Mental Models in Cognitive Science: Essays in Honour of Phil Johnson-Laird
Psychology Press. Jane Oakhill and Alan Garnham, eds.
http://books.google.com/books?id=VCwGFq185w0C
  • Philip Johnson-Laird
  • "Foreword" by Peter Cathcart Wason
  • "Contextuality" by George A. Miller

Paul Wildman[edit]

'World Brain' as a Metaphor for Holistic Higher Education
New Renaissance, 6(3), 19-22. (with Jennifer Gidley) HTML

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