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Sieg, W. 2008. Church without dogma: Axioms for computability. In New Computational Paradigms, ed. B. Lowe, A. Sorbi, and S. New York; B. Cooper, 139–152. New York: Springer-Verlag. Sieg, W. 2009. On computability. In Handbook of the Philosophy of Mathematics, ed. A. Irvine, 535–630. Amsterdam: Elsevier. , and J. Byrnes. 1999. An abstract model for parallel computations: Gandy’s thesis. Monist 82:150–164. Turing, A. M. 1936. On computable numbers, with an application to the Entscheidungsproblem.

J. 1997b. The broad conception of computation. American Behavioral Scientist 40:690–716. Copeland, B. J. 1998a. Turing’s O-machines, Penrose, Searle, and the brain. Analysis 58:128–138. Copeland, B. J. 1998b. Even Turing machines can compute uncomputable functions. In Unconventional Models of Computation, ed. C. Calude, J. Casti, and M. Dinneen, 150–164. London: Springer-Verlag. Copeland, B. J. 1998c. Super Turing-machines. Complexity 4:30–32. Copeland, B. J. 2000. Narrow versus wide mechanism.

From the Entscheidungsproblem to the personal computer—and beyond. , Kurt Gödel and the Foundations of Mathematics, 151–184. Copeland, B. , and G. Piccinini. On Turing on uncomputability and the mind. Manuscript in preparation. Copeland, B. , and D. Proudfoot. 1999. Alan Turing’s forgotten ideas in computer science. Scientific American 280:76–81. Copeland, B. , and D. Proudfoot. 2007. Artificial intelligence: History, foundations, and philosophical issues. In Handbook of the Philosophy of Psychology and Cognitive Science, ed.

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