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  • ...ing for us a dystopia of totalitarian control. BFS and the whole school of Behaviorism are favorite targets in a fair amount of pessimistic S. F. and dystopian sa
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  • ...the Standpoint of a Behavioris''t (1919), and his work for lay readers, ''Behaviorism'' (1924, 1925; rev. edn. 1930). JBW's name is preserved and much of his phi
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  • ...tes,_Réne_(mechanism:_cosmological_,_biological)] WB opposes "physicalism, behaviorism, and the more immodest claims" for AI, rejecting the computer as a "metapho
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  • ...ncies in some varieties of Freudian psychology and all orthodox Skinnerian Behaviorism.
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  • ...s[https://www.clockworks2.org/wiki/index.php?title=Special%3ASearch&search=behaviorism&go=Go] with, so to speak, the slogan "Animal non agit, agitur" (animals do ...remain unknown" for a machine "to seem intelligent"; hence Turing "carried behaviorism a step beyond the behaviorists [...]" (p. 334). The section title is explai
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