The Psychologism Objection
Behaviour by itself isn't enough: internal differences matter. If two systems behave in exactly the same way, one might be intelligent while the other is stupid because of differences in the way each system processes information.


Psychologism is the doctrine that whether or not behaviour is intelligent depends on the nature of the information processing that produces it.

Ned Block, 1981.
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