Searle Central: Writings by Searle, or concerning Searle.

Entries pertaining to John Searle discovered primarily through David Chalmer's directory of Online Papers On Consciousness

John Searle, The problem of consciousness

Selmer Bringsjord, Searle on the brink

The Chinese room debate:

The Chinese Room Argument (Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy)

John Searle, Minds, brains, and programs
John Searle, Is the brain a digital computer?
Stevan Harnad, Minds, machines, and Searle
Stevan Harnad et al, Symposium on Symbolism, Connectionism, and the Chinese room
Stevan Harnad, Grounding Symbols in the Analog World with Neural Nets -- A Hybrid Model
John Searle, The Failures of Computationalism (A commentary on Stevan Harnad's preceding articleHarnad responds
David Harrison, Connectionism hits the Chinese gym
Larry Hauser, The Chinese room argument
Larry Hauser, Searle's Chinese Box: The Chinese Room Argument and Artificial Intelligence
Larry Hauser, Searle's Chinese box: Debunking the Chinese room argument
Diane Law, Searle, subsymbolic functionalism, and synthetic intelligence  (Compressed PostScript)
William Rapaport, Understanding understanding: Syntactic semantics and computational cognition  (PostScript)

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MacLennan, B. J. (1993) Grounding Analog Computers. Think 2 48-51.
MacLennan, B. J. (1994) Words Lie in our Way. Minds and Machines 4 (4) 421-437.
MacLennan, B. J. (1995) The investigation of consciousness through phenomenology and neuroscience. In: Joseph King & Karl H. Pribram (eds.)
     Scale in Conscious Experience: Third Appalachian Conference on Behavioral Neurodynamics, October. 23-43. Radford, Virginia. Lawrence
     Erlbaum Associates, Mahwah.
Velmans, M. (1990) Is the Mind Conscious, Functional or Both? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 13 (4) 629-630.
Velmans, M. (1998) Goodbye to Reductionism. In: S. Hameroff, A. Kaszniac & A. Scott (eds.) Toward a Science of Consciousness: The Second
     Tucson Discussions and Debates. MIT Press: 45-52.

Articles relating to John Searle from a search of The Dictionary of the Philosophy of Mind