An argument opposing or supporting a specified topic in cognitive philosophy listed below. It’s not merely expressing an opinion, it’s expected to be written in an analytical, precise and succient in exposistion.
Directions: A brief introduction to the topic of discussion, a single succient direct argument sustaining to the topic, a conclusion reiterating what the argument proved. The paper will be particullarly graded on the single succient, direct argument related to the topic.
The topic choices are: computational theory of mind, the mind as a computer, mind, brain identity theory, and anything pertaining to the mind as a computer