Recently I found some books in the domain "Philosophy of Computer Science." However, the majority of these books described how the logic and analytical philosophy can develop and understand computer science. So it's only one way around. But it's not vice versa in these books (by W. J.Rapaport and others) as I have noticed. I was wondering how impactful is CS to philosophy? Can I find any book on this topic?
I have a computer science background. While I was studying Computer Science I noticed a lot of analogies between these 2 domains (Philosophy and CS). Our brains behave like computers. Our thoughts are like threads. We have unconsciously algorithmic thinking when we want to give a solution to a problem. And there is the MVC pattern that we can find it anywhere in the world and describes in so many situations how it behaves. There is Test Driven paradigm and Event Driven paradigm. There are a lot of methodologies and concepts that can find correspondences in the real world.
I was determined to write a book "Computer Science principles applied to philosophy" to write about algorithmic thinking and design patterns in our world. The desire of the book is to elaborate on this topics. Karma for example is a software programe, while you haven't learned the lesson you repeat it. Karma is also asynchronous.
I didn't manage to finish it because I had some issues in my personal life.
Now I reconsider writing the book and I wonder if there is any on this topic and how impactful the topic is?