I will be putting the presentations from my lecture (based on the book project) here.
Lecture 1: Computational Explanation and Computer Metaphor
Lecture 2: Computation in cognitive science: classical case studies
Lecture 3: Modern case studies and a funeral
Lecture 4: Computational processes: the black-box account
Lecture 5: Computational processes: mechanistic account of causal organization
Lecture 6: Computational processes: mechanistic account of system boundaries
Lecture 7: Computational processes: Does my wall compute?
Lecture 8: Computational explanation a la Hempel
Lecture 9: Functional account of computational explanation
Lecture 10: Magical number three, plus minus one
Lecture 11: Mechanistic account of computational explanation
Lecture 12: Theoretical unification. Classical accounts of representation
Lecture 13. Towards a theory of representational mechanisms
Lecture 14. Limits of computational explanation