CAP 1995 at Carnegie Mellon University

The Virtual Classroom: Network-based Multimedia Environments for Course Development and Course Delivery
(Includes a demo of the APA Web site)

Robert Cavalier, Carnegie Mellon University
Saul Traiger, Occidental College

August 11, 1995


Human Reasoning And Formal Logic: Using Production Systems to Show Their Congruence
Herbert Simon
Carnegie Mellon University
Introduced by Teddy Seidenfeld, Carnegie Mellon University

Computer Simulations in the Philosophy of Mind
John Barker & David Anderson, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville



Teaching Philosophy of Intelligence
Teddy Seidenfeld, Carnegie Mellon University

Computational Linguistics
Chris Manning, Carnegie Mellon University

Philosophical Perspectives on Computer-Mediated Communication
Charles Ess, Drury College
Dag Elgesem, National Committee for Research Ethics, Norway
John Lawrence, Morningside College


Quality of Life in the Global Village
Deborah Johnson, Rensselaer Institute of Technology

Wobbly Training Wheels: Moral Incentive Compatible Devices 
Peter Danielson, University of British Columbia

Computer Ethics in Europe and Around the Globe
Terry Bynum, Southern Connecticut State University
Chair: Saul Traiger, Occidental College

CAI for Logic and Critical Thinking
Nelson Pole, Cleveland State University
Robert Redmon, Virginia Commonwealth University
Fred Portoraro, University of Toronto
Jim Bode, Ohio State University – Lima
Chair: Rob Brady, Stetson University

August 12, 1995


Interfacing Philosophy and Artificial Intelligence
John Pollock

University of Arizona
Introduced by Marvin Croy, University of North Carolina/Charlotte

On Defining Betrayal
Selmer Bringsjord, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

Moral Mazes: Interactive Multimedia Course Materials in Ethics
Peter Madsen & Robert Mertzman, Carnegie Mellon University
Chair: Robert Cavalier, Carnegie Mellon University

Report From the APA Committee on Computer Use in the Professions 
Terry Bynum, Southern Connecticut State University

A Publisher’s Perspective 
Adrian Driscoll, Routledge

Panel on Glymour’s “Thinking Things Through”
Panel Director: Eric Palmer, Allegheny College
Clark Glymour, Carnegie Mellon University
Clifton McIntosh, University of Utah
Cassandra Pinnick, Western Kentucky University
Catherine Womack, Union College

Virtual Philosophy Courses
Ron Barnette, Valdosta State University
Jon Dorbolo, Oregon State University
Chair: Yuan-lih Lin, DePaul University


Computer-Based Explorations of Natural Kinds
Larry Crocket, Augsburg College

Computational Monadology
Eric Steinhart, SUNY/Stony Brook
Chair: Peter Barnett, CUNY – John Jay College


Databases and the History of Ideas
Mark Rooks, InteLex

Teaching Intro Philosophy with Text Databases of the “PastMasters”
George Leiner, St. Vincent College