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Abstract: Hilary Putnam claimed that his theory of the mind was faithful to Aristotle's, but that it was more precise, thanks to his use of ideas from computer science.  This paper critically evaluates Putnam's position, in order to suggest that an Aristotelian approach to the metaphysics of computation provides the philosopher of mind with richer explanatory resources than those that Putnam used. 

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