The Interactive Window

The Interactive Window is a process for divining what kinds of philosophy you may enjoy, and what other philosophers contrast with your views. It works like this: you choose a field of philosophy from the list below, and the computer will ask you a series of multiple-choice questions. When you submit the form, the server will cogitate for a short time, and then let you know what you really meant when you answered our questions. Try it out once or may learn something...

There is currently only one questionaire online due to the feat of programming it requires. Look for more tests to appear soon in the realm of Ethics, Political Philosophy and more...

Cognition and Thought

What is it to be conscious? Can trees think? Can computers? What "stuff" does something need to be able to say "I think therefore I am"?

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