Why should scientists and mathematicians spend time thinking about philosophy?
Why should theoretical computer science be of any particular philosophical interest?
What is the Church-Turing Thesis: a mathematical definition? a thesis about human psychology or concepts? an empirical claim about the laws of physics?
If (as current physics seems to suggest) there’s a finite upper bound on the amount of computation that can ever be done within the observable universe, then how should we even make sense of the Church-Turing Thesis—which talks about the computability or non-computability of infinite sets (and treats every finite set as computable)?