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Fiebich A. (2019) Second workshop on enactive approaches to mind in health and disease. Adaptive Behavior 27(3): 181–182.

Foerster H. von (1996) Wahrnehmen oder Falschnehmen. In: Doering W., Doering W., Dose G. & Stadelmann M. (eds.) Sinn und Sinne im DialogBorgmann, Dortmund: 115–130.

Foerster H. von (1997) L’arte dell apprendimento. Pluriverso 2(2): 79–86.

Foerster H. von (1998) Sistemica Elemental Desde Un Punto De Vista Superior. Fonda Editorial Universidad EAFIT, Medellin, Colombia.

Foerster H. von (1998) Über Bewußtsein, Gedächtnis, Sprache, Magie und andere unbegreifliche Alltäglichkeiten. In: Bibliothek der Feldenkrais-Gilde e.V. Nr. 11Feldenkrais-Gilde, Munich: 4–23.

Foerster H. von (1998) Über Perzeption: Eine Sokalogische Abhandlung in vier Abschnitten. Tumult 23: 81–85.

Foerster H. von (1999) Tesseract; Triviale und Nicht-Triviale Maschinen,; Objektivität; H.V.F. Theorem 2; Order from Noise; Kybernetik. In: Schmidt A. P. (ed.) Der Wissensnavigator: Das Lexikon der ZukunftDeutsche Verlagsanstalt, Stuttgart: 13; 103; 108; 25.

Froese T. & Di Paolo E. (2011) The enactive approach: Theoretical sketches from cell to society. Pragmatics and Cognition 19(1): 1–36.

Froese T. & Di Paolo E. A. (2009) Sociality and the life–mind continuity thesis. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 8(4): 439–463.

Froese T. & Fuchs T. (2012) The extended body: A case study in the neurophenomenology of social interaction. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 11: 205–235.

Froese T. & Gallagher S. (2012) Getting interaction theory (IT) together: Integrating developmental, phenomenological, enactive, and dynamical approaches to social interaction. Interaction Studies 13(3): 436–468.

Froese T. (2012) From adaptive behavior to human cognition: A review of Enaction. Adaptive Behavior 20: 209–221.

Froese T., Woodward A. & Ikegami T. (2013) Turing instabilities in biology, culture, and consciousness? On the enactive origins of symbolic material culture. Adaptive Behavior 21(3): 199–214.

Gallagher S. & Allen M. (2018) Active inference, enactivism and the hermeneutics of social cognition. Synthese 195(6): 2627–2648.

Gallagher S. & Miyahara K. (2012) Neo-pragmatism and enactive intentionality. In: Schulkin J. (ed.) Action, perception and the brain: Adaptation and cephalic expressionPalgrave Macmillan, London: 117–146.

Gallagher S. (2008) Direct perception in the intersubjective context. Consciousness and Cognition 17(2): 535–543.

Gallagher S. (2016) Intercorporeity: Enaction, simulation, and the science of social cognition. In: Reynolds J. & Sebold R. (eds.) Phenomenology and sciencePalgrave Macmillan, New York: 161–179.

Gallagher S. (2018) Decentering the Brain: Embodied Cognition and the Critique of Neurocentrism and Narrow-Minded Philosophy of Mind. Constructivist Foundations 14(1): 8–21.

Garland E. L. (2007) The meaning of mindfulness: A second-order cybernetics of stress, metacognition, and coping. Complementary Health Practice Review 12(1): 15.

Gash H. (2011) Society, ethics and constructivism. In: Lasker G. E. & Hassard Frank R. (eds.) Strategic planning for the futureInternational Institute for Advanced Studies in Systems Research and Cybernetics, Tecumseh Ontario Canada: 1–5.

Gash H. (2016) Zen and constructivist thinking. In: Lasker G. E. & Hiwaki K. (eds.) Personal and spiritual development in the world of cultural diversity. Vol XIIIInternational Institute for Advanced Studies, Tecumseh Ontario: 23–27.

Gash H. (2018) Constructivism and mysticism. In: Lasker G. E. (ed.) Personal and spiritual development in the world of cultural diversity. Volume XVInternational Institute for Advanced Studies, Tecumseh ON: 7–11.

Gash H. (2019) Constructivism and Mystical Experience. Constructivist Foundations 15(1): 1–9.

Georgeon O. L. & Ritter F. E. (2012) An intrinsically-motivated schema mechanism to model and simulate emergent cognition. Cognitive Systems Research 15–16: 73–92.

Georgeon O., Mille A. & Gay S. (2016) Intelligence artificielle sans données ontologiques sur une réalité presupposée [Artificial intelligence without using ontological data about a presupposed reality]. Intellectica 65: 143–168.

Georgeon O., Mille A. & Gay S. (2016) Intelligence artificielle sans données ontologiques sur une réalité présupposée [Artificial intelligence without using ontological data about a presupposed reality]. Intellectica 65: 143–168.

Glasersfeld E. von & Cobb P. (1983) Knowledge as environmental fit. Man-Environment Systems 13(5): 216–224.

Glasersfeld E. von & Shumaker N. W. (1976) Review of Schank’s “Conceptual Information Processing”. Computers and the Humanities 10(4): 236–237.

Glasersfeld E. von & Steffe L. P. (1991) Conceptual models in educational research and practice. Journal of Educational Thought 25(2): 91–103.

Glasersfeld E. von & Varela F. J. (1985) Problems of knowledge and cognizing organisms. Aprendizagem/Desenvolvimento (Learning and Development) 2(6): 17–23.

Glasersfeld E. von (1966) Beauty and the mechanics of perception. Rivista Pininfarina. Stabilimenti Pininfarina, Turin .

Glasersfeld E. von (1968) Alla ricerca di dati precisi. Nuovo 2: 36–40.

Glasersfeld E. von (1972) Reading, understanding, and conceptual situations. In: Greene F. P. (ed.) 21st Yearbook of the National Reading ConferenceN. C. R., Milwaukee WI: 119–127.

Glasersfeld E. von (1976) Cybernetics and cognitive development. Cybernetics Forum 8: 115–120.

Glasersfeld E. von (1977) Seen from the outside. Contact Quarterly II(3): 23.

Glasersfeld E. von (1978) Another minor revision, or the disregard for control theory and the analysis of inductive feedback systems. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences 1(1): 79–80.

Glasersfeld E. von (1978) Some problems of intentionality [Commentary on Haugeland’s “The nature and plausibility of cognitivism”]. The Behavioral and Brain Sciences 1(2): 252–253.

Glasersfeld E. von (1979) Radical constructivism and Jean Piaget’s concept of knowledge. In: Murray F. B. (ed.) The impact of Piagetian theoryUniversity Park Press, Baltimore MD: 109–122.

Glasersfeld E. von (1980) The concept of equilibration in a constructivist theory of knowledge. In: Benseler F., Hejl P. M. & Koeck W. K. (eds.) Autopoiesis, communication, and societyCampus, Frankfurt/New York: 75–85.

Glasersfeld E. von (1981) An attentional model for the conceptual construction of units and number. Journal for Research in Mathematics Education 12(2): 83–94.

Glasersfeld E. von (1981) An epistemology for cognitive systems. In: Roth G. & Schwegler H. (eds.) Self-organizing systemsCampus, Frankfurt: 121–131.

Glasersfeld E. von (1981) Feedback, induction, and epistemology. In: Lasker G. E. (ed.) Applied systems and cybernetics. Volume 2: Systems concepts, models and methodologyPergamon Press, New York: 712–719.

Glasersfeld E. von (1981) The conception and perception of number. In: Wagner S. & Geeslin W. E. (eds.) Modeling mathematical cognitive developmentClearinghouse for Science, Mathematics and Environmental Education, Columbus OH: 15–46.

Glasersfeld E. von (1981) The “truth” about Pythagoras. Problem Solving 3(5/6): 1–11.

Glasersfeld E. von (1982) Cheers for the champion?. Problem Solving 4(9): 6.

Glasersfeld E. von (1982) Subitizing – The role of figural patterns in the development of numerical concepts. Archives de Psychologie 50: 191–218.

Glasersfeld E. von (1983) Learning as a constructive activity. In: Bergeron J. C. & Herscovics N. (eds.) Proceedings of the 5th Annual Meeting of the North American Group of Psychology in Mathematics Education, Vol. 1PME-NA, Montreal: 41–101.

Glasersfeld E. von (1984) To hell with psychology (Book review). Journal for Research in Mathematics Education 15(5): 389–391.

Glasersfeld E. von (1985) Reconstructing the concept of knowledge. Archives de Psychologie 53: 91–101.

Glasersfeld E. von (1986) Of knowing, telling, and showing. Cybernetic 2(1): 64–67.

Glasersfeld E. von (1986) Wissen ohne Erkenntnis. Delfin 4(1): 20–27.

Glasersfeld E. von (1987) Preliminaries to any theory of representation. In: Janvier C. (ed.) Problems of representation in the teaching and learning of mathematicsErlbaum, Hillsdale NJ: 215–225.

Glasersfeld E. von (1990) Teleology and the concepts of causation. Philosophica 46(2): 17–43.

Glasersfeld E. von (1990) Zuerst muß man zu zweit sein [You have to be two to start]. Systeme – Zeitschrift der Österreichischen Arbeitsgemeinschaft für sytemische Therapie 46(2): 17–43.

Glasersfeld E. von (1991) Abstraction, re-presentation, and reflection. In: Steffe L. P. (ed.) Epistemological foundations of mathematical experienceSpringer, New York: 45–67.

Glasersfeld E. von (1993) Notes on the concept of change. Cahiers de la Fondation Archives Jean Piaget 13: 91–96.

Glasersfeld E. von (1993) Reflections on number and counting. In: Boysen S. T. & Capaldi E. J. (eds.) The development of numerical ability: Animal and human modelsErlbaum, Hillsdale: 225–243.

Glasersfeld E. von (1994) Das Hervorbringen von Wissen und Wirklichkeit. In: Heines K.-D. (ed.) Menschsein in unserer Zeit – Der Zeitgeist auf dem Prüfstand. Stiftung DrHeines, Bremen: 107–117.

Glasersfeld E. von (1995) Radical constructivism: A way of knowing and learning. Falmer Press, London.

Glasersfeld E. von (1995) Sensory experience, abstraction, and teaching. In: Steffe L. P. & Gale J. (eds.) Constructivism in educationErlbaum, Hillsdale: 369–383.

Glasersfeld E. von (1998) Anticipation in the constructivist theory of cognition. In: Dubois D. M. (ed.) Computing anticipatory systemsAmerican Institute of Physics, Woodbury NY: 38–47.

Glasersfeld E. von (1998) Die Radikal-Konstruktivistische Wissenstheorie. Ethik und Sozialwissenschaften 9(4): 503–511.

Glasersfeld E. von (1999) A model for the construction of elementary concepts. In: Dubois D. M. (ed.) Computing anticipatory systemsAmerican Institute of Physics, Woodbury NY: 45–52.

Glasersfeld E. von (1999) Piaget’s legacy: Cognition as adaptive activity. In: Riegler A., Peschl M. & Stein A. (eds.) Understanding representation in the cognitive sciencesKluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, New York/Dordrecht: 283–287.

Glasersfeld E. von (2000) A proposito dell’operare costitutivo [About constitutive operating]. Methodologia Working Papers 122: 1–2.

Glasersfeld E. von (2000) Entretien avec E. v. G. Interview by Claudie Natale Schouchana. Thérapie Familiale 21(1): 27–32.

Glasersfeld E. von (2000) Gesellschaft als subjektive Erfahrung [Society as subjective experience]. Contribition to Festschrift for Siegfried Schmidt at

Glasersfeld E. von (2001) Risposta a Ranci. Methodologia Working Papers 132(1).

Glasersfeld E. von (2003) Nota alla postfazione di Accame. Methodologia Working Papers 150(1).

Glasersfeld E. von (2004) Knowledge without knower?. Karl Jaspers Forum TA69C10.

Glasersfeld E. von (2005) Informationsübertragung, Konzeptuelle Semantik, Kybernetik, Objektivität, Wissen als Konstruk, Zeitkonzept. In: Tsvasman L. R. (ed.) Das große Lexikon, Medien und KommunikationErgon, Würzburg: 145, 211, 212, 2.

Glasersfeld E. von, Steffe L. P. & Richards J. (1983) An analysis of counting and what is counted. In: Steffe L. P., Glasersfeld E. von, Richards J. & Cobb P. (eds.) Children’s counting types: Philosophy, theory, and applicationPraeger, New York: 21–44.

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Harvey I. (2021) Neurath’s boat and the Sally-Anne test: Life, cognition, matter and stuff. Adaptive Behavior 29(5): 459–470.

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