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|MaceWumpusphilosophy of science, history of philosophy 1 point 19 hours ago |
It seems that you have very little understanding of the character of either cognitive science or philosophy as a discipline---let alone the use of the specific terminology that you're applying here. I'm not sure where you got your misunderstandings from, but if you're interested in machine learning I would recommend the work of Kevin Kelly or Oliver Schulte. On probabilistic models of confirmation more broadly, the SEP page I linked in my original reply has a variety of sources. And on cognitive science, I'd suggest the work of Ned Block or Dan Dennett.
Those claims had little to no basis in fact so far as I can tell, and I know quite a bit about the relevant areas of the discipline; nor do you bother to cite any articles that evidence your position. The only conclusion worth reaching is that you're a blowhard and you have no idea what you're talking about.
I have to agree with Mace on that.