Repository URL:
http://philsci-archive.pitt.edu/id/eprint/8819
Author(s):
Hector Zenil
preprint description
I'll survey some of the aspects relevant to a philosophical discussion of information taking into account the developments of algorithmic information theory. I will propose that meaning is deep in Bennett's logical depth sense, and that algorithmic probability may provide the stability for a robust algorithmic definition of meaning, taking into consideration the interpretation and the receiver's own knowledge encoded in the story of a message.

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