This collection of material is directly neither data nor interpretation.
Yet “Other,” in this case, means “essential reading.”
Articles belong here as keys to interpretation, starting with:
LC2bO2 Proposal for The Intimate Study
LC2bO3 Foreword to Computer Experience and Cognitive Development.
LC2bO4 Introduction to Computer Experience and Cognitive Development (Ideas and methods in The Intimate Study)
And concluding with key ideas for this work from others:
Arguments and suggestions relevant to The Intimate Study, cited from the works of:
- Goodman: On the Rightness of Rendering.
- Goodman: On Multiple Worlds.
- Langer: Against Physicalism
- Langer: On Objectivity
- Lewin: On the Pure Case
- Papert: On the Elevation of Control
- Papert: On Theories of Learning and Piaget
- Papert: On Learning in a Machine
- Levi-Strauss: On Bricolage
- Jacob: On Evolution and Bricolage
- Tversky and Kahnemann: On Anchoring with Variation
- Barker and Wright: The Texture of Behavior
The following citations were prepared for publication but cut from the text because of constraints on the length of the book.
- Jacob: On Constraints And History
- Lenat and Brown On Why AM Appeared to Work
- Peirce On Doubt and the Fixation of Belief
- Winston Learning by Example (figures needed)