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This set of Philosophy of Informatics Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Philosophy Of Informatics Set 5

Q1 | Searle argues that mental states or activities are not reducible to physical things, but aphysical thing produce them- namely,
Q2 | Searle explains that biological, physical and chemical process produces all our:
Q3 | Who claimed humans are purely physical creature?
Q4 | ‘Only matter exists, so nonmaterial minds cannot exist’. This view is called:
Q5 | ‘Eliminative Materialism and the Philosophical Attitudes’ is written by:
Q6 | The content of our mind such as desires, beliefs, fears, intentions are do not really exist.This view is called:
Q7 | Paul Churchland refers our ordinary view about human mind as:
Q8 | ‘Churchland argues -------------- is really antiquated theory of the mind.
Q9 | Recycling e-waste is an approach related to:
Q10 | ------------ theory is radically inadequate account our internal activities according to PaulChurchland.
Q11 | For Eliminative materialist, desires, beliefs, and intentions, are like -----------.
Q12 | According to Chalmers ----------------- are physically like human being, and act like humanbeing but have no consciousness.
Q13 | Who coined the term Artificial Intelligence?
Q14 | Zombies would not have:
Q15 | Thought experiment is related to:
Q16 | ‘Mental properties such as consciousness are not physical properties’. This position iscalled:
Q17 | Property dualism recommended by:
Q18 | Chalmers have the view that mental states are special kind of properties that are differentfrom physical properties. This view is known as:
Q19 | Searle uses the --------------------- to show the mind is not a computer program.
Q20 | Chalmers uses a ------------------------- to support property dualism.
Q21 | According to McCarthy ----------- is the science and engineering of making intelligentmachines.
Q22 | ------------- memory is our ability to remember how to do something that we learned in thepast.
Q23 | --------------- is our ability to bring into our present consciousness a representation of eventsthat we personally experienced in the past.
Q24 | --------------- is our memory of all the facts that make up our knowledge of the world.
Q25 | Conscious experience involves properties of an individual that are not entailed by thephysical properties of that individual. This view is called: