Center for Computer-mediated Epistemology

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Computer technology has in profound ways changed the way we perceive and conceptualize human existence and understanding.

On one hand, computer technologies have become important tools for probing the consequences of our trains of thought because the capacity and persistency of computing machinery far exceeds what is feasible by mind and hand alone. On the other hand, computing technologies are now so robust and so ubiquitous in human society that they constantly challenges our perception of what is possible to achieve be means of technology and – equally important – what it means to be human.

These two stances form the basis of our quest to understand through technology.


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Most frequent journals

  • Synthese

    ISSNs: 0039-7857

    Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1573-0964

    Springer, Netherlands


  • Munkiana

    ISSNs: 1397-7172



  • Journal of African Languages and Linguistics

    ISSNs: 0167-6164

    Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1613-3811

    De Gruyter Mouton, Germany


  • Studies in African Linguistics

    ISSNs: 0039-3533

    Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 2154-428X

    Ohio State University Department of Linguistics, United States


  • Lecture Notes in Computer Science

    ISSNs: 0302-9743, 0302-8743, 1865-0929

    Additional searchable ISSN (Electronic): 1611-3349

    Springer Publishing Company, Germany

    Journal: Book series

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