If emulation is representation, does detail matter?

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 27 (3):417-417 (2004)
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Grush describes a variety of different systems that illustrate his vision of representation through emulation. These individual data points are not necessarily sufficient to determine what level of detail is required for a representation to count as emulation. By examining one of his examples closely, this commentary suggest that salience of the information supplied is a critical dimension.



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