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Franchi, Stefano . “Adventures In Cognitive Science And Literary Theory”. ECA group Seminar, Xerox PARC, 1994. Print.
Franchi, Stefano . “Animals, Snobs, Rascals, And Women: Kojève Between Humanism And Anti-Humanism”. Australian Society For Continental Philosophy (Ascp) Annual Conference. University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 2003. Print.
Franchi, Stefano . “Are Computers Digital? Should Constructivists Care?”. Constructivist Foundations 8 (2013): n. pag. Print.
Franchi, Stefano . “Aristotle And Passivity”. Annual Conference Of The American Philosophical Association (Apa), Central Division. Chicago, Ill., 2004. Print.
Franchi, Stefano . “Artificial Intelligence And Philosophy: The Case Of Simon's Ai Project”. European Meeting Of The Computing And Philosophy Association (E-Cap). Pavia, Italy, 2004. Print.
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Franchi, Stefano . “On The Backward Passage From Neo-Classic Utility Maximizers To Value-Based Social Coalitions”. Política Común (Special Issue On Giacomo Marramao's The Passage West) (2014): n. pag. Print.
Franchi, Stefano . “Blunting The Edge Of Second-Order Cybernetics: The Heritage Of Heinz Von Foerster (Book Review)”. Constructivist Foundations 3 (2007): 131-132. Print.
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Franchi, Stefano . “On The Botany Of Plants: Kantian Reflections On Heidegger's Philosophy Of Life”. Philosophy Department Seminar, The University Of Auckland. Auckland, New Zealand, 2008. Print.
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Franchi, Stefano . “Can Machines Have An Unconscious? Would They Have To?”. Rainhard Zvi Bengez. Proceedings Of The Viii European Conference On Philosophy And Computing (Ecap) 2010: 506–513. Print.
Franchi, Stefano . “Can Machines Have An Unconscious? Would We Want Them To?”. European Meeting Of The Computing And Philosophy Association (E-Cap). Munich, Germany, 2010. Print.
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Franchi, Stefano . “Cognitive Science's Missed Opportunity”. Stanford's Center For The Study Of Language And Information (Csli) Tinlunch. Stanford, Calif., 1995. Print.
Franchi, Stefano . “Commentary On "artificial Life And Merleau-Ponty"”. Annual Meeting Of The American Philosophical Association (Apa), Pacific Division. Pasadena, Calif., 2004. Print.
Franchi, Stefano . “Commentary On Eric Peng's "perception, Conception, And Schemata"”. Annual Meeting Of The American Philosophical Association (Apa), Pacific Division. Los Angeles, Calif., 1998. Print.
Franchi, Stefano . “Contingency, Teleology, And Autonomy. Reflections On Some Kantian Themes In The Philosophy Of Life”. Department Of Philosophy Colloquium, Texas A&m University. College Station, Texas, 2007. Print.
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Franchi, Stefano , and Güzeldere, Güven . “Dialogues With Colorful Personalities Of Early Ai”. Constructions Of The Mind. Artificial Intelligence And The Humanities. Special Issue Of The Stanford Humanities Review. Stefano Franchi & Güven Güzeldere. 1995. 161-170. Web.
Franchi, Stefano . “Digital Humanities In The Italian Cultural Landscape”. Modern Language Association Annual Meeting. Seattle, Wash., 2012. Print.
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Franchi, Stefano . “Encounters Between Computation And The Humanities: Past, Present, And Future”. Texas A&M University, Hispanic Studies Department Colloquium, 2011. Print.
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Franchi, Stefano . “Endgames. Game And Play At The End Of Philosophy”. 1997: n. pag. Print.
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