Attitudes, Chaos and the Connectionist Mind
January 1994, Wiley-Blackwell
This book presents a broad-ranging and fascinating examination of attitudes: how we form them; how we organize them towards others; and whether they are inherently human or could also be developed by computers. Professor Eiser suggests there are fundamental objections to the idea of a computer having a sense of self or a set of attitutdes.
- Attitudes, Chaos, and the Connectionist Mind presents a broad ranging and fascinating examination of attitudes: how we form them; how we organize them towards others.
- Professor Eiser argues that human attitudes should not be regarded as simple evaluative judgements but rather as part of a more complex dynamic system.
- This ambitious and wide-ranging book will make fascinating reading for anyone interested in how the human mind operates.