Wikipedia: Cognitive science is a rapidly evolving field that deals with complex cognitive processes, intelligent systems, and the emergent behavior of large-scale real-world computational systems. It is an interdisciplinary study. It draws from converging evidence and methodology of diverse fields, including psychology, physics, neuroscience, philosophy, information science, computer science, anthropology and linguistics.
The term cognitive science was coined by Christopher Longuet-Higgins in 1973.
Here are writings by and about leading thinkers in cognitive science, and critics and observers of the philosophy of mind.
Some of the great thinkers in this field are: