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|"Thought, Sign and Machine - The Computer Reconsidered" is translated from "Tanke, Sprog og Maskine", Akademisk Forlag,Copenhagen, 1994, by Gary Puckering.The English e-text edition has been revised and slightly abridged by the author. The translation was madepossible by a grant from the Danish National Research Council for the Humanities.
Date of publication of the e-text edition on the Web: March 15, 1999.
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Niels Ole Finnemann:
Thought, Sign and Machine - the Computer Reconsidered
|Translated by Gary L. Puckering
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