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Philosophy of Computing and Information

Edited by Giuseppe Primiero (Università degli Studi di Milano) About this topic Summary At least since the 1950s, philosophy has been engaged with issues that concern information and computation, both at theoretical and technological level. The field of the Philosophy of Computing and Information collects and identifies a broad set of problems related to these areas, including: computability and complexity theory, information theory, computer ethics and communication. digital arts, philosophy of AI and philosophy of mind, artificial life and simulations, knowledge and language, logic, probability and game theory. Key works Given the broad spectrum of topics this philosophical field includes, for each of the areas mentioned above, seminal work can be identified. Computation: a classical introduction is Boolos et al 2007. An introduction to complexity is Northrop 2010. Information theory usually is traced back to works of Shannon, Weaver and the Cybernetics. Computer Ethics is a fairly recent field, for introductory work see Moor 1985 and Floridi 2007. For an introduction to computer art see Binkley 1998. The theory of mind has a very extensive literature, with a large part devoted to computational approaches, from the seminal Turing 1950, see Horst 2005 for an overview and Piccinini 2007 for a critical approach. An extensive collection on aritficial life is Boden 1996. For the other areas, see leaf categories. Introductions Floridi 2003 Show all references In this area Subcategories Computation and Physical Systems (523 | 6)Corey Maley Analog and Digital Computation (60)Corey Maley Computers (52)Corey Maley Implementing Computations (127)Corey Maley Noncomputable Processes (29)Corey Maley Pancomputationalism (44)Corey Maley Quantum Computation (121)Corey Maley Hypercomputation* (32) Computation and Physical Systems, Misc (84)Corey Maley Computer Ethics* (838 | 397)Lavinia Marin Computer Simulation and Virtual Reality (471 | 109) Simulation and Reality (54) Simulation Argument (40)Jonathan Simon Simulation Hypothesis (59)Jonathan Simon Virtual Reality (159) Simulation in Science* (86) Computer Simulation and Virtual Reality, Misc (50) Philosophy of Artificial Intelligence* (11,514 | 3,550)Eric Dietrich Philosophy of Computation, Miscellaneous (1,139 | 147) Computational Philosophy* (50) Computers in Philosophy (24) Computer Languages (2) Databases (33) The Internet (363) Hypertext (46) Programs (12) Software (435) Software Verification (11) Philosophy of Computation, Misc (66) Philosophy of Information (1,675 | 343)Simon D'Alfonso Conceptions of Information (523)Simon D'Alfonso The Information Economy (26) The Infosphere (26)Simon D'Alfonso Information Theory (206)Patrick Allo Information Ethics (225)Simon D'Alfonso Physics of Information (27) Information-Based Accounts of Mental Content* (153)Ben Phillips Genetic Information* (30) Biological Information* (403) Biomedical Information* (2) Quantum Information* (199) Logic and Information (171)Simon D'Alfonso Philosophy of Information, Misc (128)Simon D'Alfonso Theory of Computation (833 | 94) The Church-Turing Thesis (106) Algorithmic Complexity (23) Computability (423) Computational Complexity (110) Hypercomputation* (32) Theory of Computation, Misc (46) Philosophy of Technology (1,684 | 120) Philosophy of Technology, Misc (1,564) Technology Ethics* (5,366 | 2,829)Hector MacIntyre Also in this area Entries to categorize (263)

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