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Oron Shagrir
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Fall Term 2004
Varieties of Computation:
Effective Computation in the 1930s

Oron Shagrir teaches philosophy and chairs the Cognitive Science department at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem. His education includes B.Sc. in math and computer science and MA in philosophy of science, both from the Hebrew University. He took his PhD in philosophy and cognitive science at University of California, San Diego. His professional interests are history and philosophy of computing and philosophy of mind/cognitive science. He has published in Mind, Philosophy and Phenomenological Research; Philosophical Studies; The Monist; Synthese, Minds and Machines; and more. He used to play for the Hebrew University basketball team, and he currently swims, works out, and plays basketball for fun with his two teen boys.

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