Philosophical Cartoons
on perception, AI, cognitive science, and philosophy of mind

A series of philosophical cartoons on key issues in philosophy of mind, psychology, perception, AI and cognitive sciences (a few are huge pdf files). If you have the possibility to print both sides, please do it! These cartoons are optimized to print with Adobe Reader© using the printing option "booklet" (in Italian "stampa opuscolo").

References

  • Manzotti R. "Nothing Appears, Everything Takes Place" in APA Newsletter on Philosophy and Computers. (2014)
  • Manzotti R. "Will a Machine Ever Be Conscious?" in APA Newsletter on Philosophy and Computers. (2013)
  • Manzotti R. "When and Where is information?" in APA Newsletter on Philosophy and Computers. 2011;10(2):14–21
  • Manzotti R. "There are no Images (to Be Seen) or The Fallacy of the Intermediate Entity" in APA Newsletter on Philosophy and Computers. 2010;9(2):59–66
  • Manzotti R. "Do Objects Exist or Take Place?" in APA Newsletter on Philosophy and Computers. 2012;11(2):31–46