Turing in a car crash
You and Turing are driving and your car crashes—he's gashed up but there's no blood; instead wires and silicon chips stick out of his skin. You might modify your judgment that Turing is a thinking being given this view of his internal constitution.
So internal processes are relevant to judgments of thinking.

Jack Copeland, 1993.
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Turing in a car crash
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