Beyond humans, what other kinds of minds might be out there? - Murray Shanahan | Aeon Essays
In 1984, the philosopher Aaron Sloman invited scholars to describe 'the space of possible minds'. Sloman's phrase alludes to the fact that human minds, in all their variety, are not the only sorts of minds. There are, for example, the minds of other animals, such as chimpanzees, crows and octopuses.