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For questions about the work of John Searle (1932-), an american philosopher working in the analytic tradition.

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As you and others here have said, your CRA reply is essentially the most common one, the Systems Reply. But your statement misses some important aspects, such as Searle's point about formal symbol man …
answered Feb 18 '17 by Phil_132
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As you say, the difference between extrinsic (observer-based) and intrinsic (subjective) symbol-manipulation semantics is key to the Chinese Room argument (CRA) (cf. the symbol grounding problem). How …
answered Dec 16 '17 by Phil_132
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The "syntax is not semantics" principle in the Chinese Room Argument (CRA) is based on the relationship between the Searle-computer and the Chinese symbols. Searle correctly characterizes this as a fo …
answered Jun 11 '16 by Phil_132
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So the semantics of the objects being processed is irrelevant to a system understanding the world? When I read this, I understood it. How? For me, the objects being processed were photons from …
answered Dec 19 '17 by Phil_132