Curriculum Vitae for Artificial Intelligence

James H. Fetzer

Authored Book:

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE: Its Scope and Limits. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1990. (Studies in Cognitive Systems, Vol. 4) xviii + 338 pp.

COMPUTERS AND COGNITION: Why Minds are Not Machines. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001. (Studies in Cognitive Systems, Vol. 25) xix + 323 pp.

Edited Book:

ASPECTS OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE. Dordrecht/Boston/Lancaster/Tokyo: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1988. (Studies in Cognitive Systems, Vol. 1) xiii + 385 pp.

Co-Edited Book:

PHILOSOPHY, LANGUAGE, AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE. Resources for Processing Natural Language (co-edited with Jack Kulas and Terry L. Rankin). Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1988. (Studies in Cognitive Systems, Vol. 2) xii + 421 pp.

Articles and Reviews:

"The Frame Problem: Artificial Intelligence Meets David Hume", Expert Systems (1990), pp. 219-232.

Reprinted in K. Ford and P. Hayes, eds., Reasoning Agents in a Dynamic World: The Frame Problem (Greenwich, CN: JAI Press, 1991), pp. 55-69.

"Artificial Intelligence Meets David Hume: A Response to Patrick Hayes", Expert Systems (1990), pp. 239-247.

Reprinted in K. Ford and P. Hayes, eds., Reasoning Agents in a Dynamic World: The Frame Problem (Greenwich, CN: JAI Press, 1991), pp. 77-85.

"The Workshop on Defeasible Reasoning: Comments", SIGART Bulletin (January 1991), pp. 5-7, pp. 16-17, p. 21, p. 28, pp. 31-33, pp. 36-37.

"Review: Scharples et al., Computers and Thought", Philosophical Psychology 4 (1991), pp. 383-385.

"What Reviewers Should and Should Not Do: On Harold Thimbleby on AI: Its Scope and Limits", SIGART Bulletin (January 1992), pp. 6-7.

"The TTT is Not the Final Word", THINK (June 1993), pp. 34-36.

"Evidential Probabilities are Not Enough", Computational Intelligence (Feruary 1994), pp. 49-52.

"Escaping the Propositional Prison", The Monist (July 1997), pp. 378-381.

"Intelligence vs. Mentality: Important but Independent Concepts", in A. Meystel, ed., Proceedings of the 1997 International Conference on Intelligent Systems and Semiotics (Gaithersburg, MD: National Institute of Standards and Technology, 1997), pp. 493-498.

"The Philosophy of AI and Its Critique", in Luciano Floridi, ed., The Blackwell Guide to the Philosophy of Computing and Information (Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishers, 2004), pp. 119-134.

"Information: Does it Have to be True?", Minds and Machines 14/2 (May 2004), pp. 223-229.

"Disinformation: The Use of False Information", Minds and Machines 14/2 (May 2004), pp. 231-240.

"The Frame Problem", The Encyclopedia of Philosophy, 2nd edition (New York, NY: MacMillan Reference Books, 2006).

Electronic Publications:

"Van Brakel's Position Appears to be Incoherent", PSYCOLOQUY 4 (14), frame-problem.4 (February 1993).

"Philosophy Unframed: A Response to van Brakel, Grush, and Morris", PSYCOLOQUY 4 (33), frame-problem.10 (April 1993).