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]]>Jestem doktorantem w Szkole Doktorskiej na UG. Zajmuję się epistemologią, fenomenologią Ingardena a także w szczególności zagadnieniami związanymi z epistemologią znaturalizowaną i w tym problemem kauzalnego niedodeterminowania percepcji zmysłowej. Czy mógłbym prosić o ten tekst pana Fresco, który był omawiany na powyższym seminarium? Bardzo zainteresował mnie ten temat. Byłbym wdzięczny też za przyszłe informacje o kolejnych seminariach (o ile Państwo rozsyłają jakiś newsletter). Pozdrawiam, Rafał Lewandowski ]]>

Yes, I meant to let you know it’s on PhilSci preprint archive here: http://philsci-archive.pitt.edu/15673/

]]>I have recently completed a draft of „Physical Realizability of Abstract Computation” and was perusing BJPS for possible submission. I was gratified to find your paper on a related topic and the fascinating angle described in the abstract.

As I would like to read and perhaps reference your article before submitting mine, is there perhaps a link to the current draft available online? I will certainly respect any copyright issues pursuant to its upcoming publication.

By coincidence, my father Richard W. Schayer used to do collaborative research at the Polish Academy of Sciences with Czesław Maśliński in biochemistry.

Thanks.

Eric Lindell

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New York NY 10010

PS – here’s the abstract .. „Since the first implementation of an abstract computation on a physical device, it has been an open question as to how such an apparent mismatch of domains, can yield such a fortuitous result — namely, accurate calculations. Most inquiries into this conundrum have focused on identifying which class of computations can be implemented on which class of physical devices. This paper attempts to delve into the deeper structure of these two domains to find commonalities that might account for correspondences between them.”

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