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The Cognitive Revolution: How Computers Changed the Way We Think

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Although ignored by the left, the cognitive revolution was in many ways the biggest intellectual upheaval since Galileo's discovery that the earth moves. From the early 1960s onwards, digital computation began revolutionising how philosophers, cognitive scientists, psychologists – even anthropologists and archaeologists – conceptualised what the human mind is like.


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