Enactive Cognitive Science

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Related publications (12)

Buhrmann T. & Di Paolo E. (2015) The sense of agency: A phenomenological consequence of enacting sensorimotor schemes. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 16(2): 207–236. https://cepa.info/7313

De Jesus P. (2014) Can the revolution be optimised? Oh yes it can! But, maybe not. Report on the one day symposium on “Varieties of Enactivism”. Connection Science 26(3): 293–296. https://cepa.info/4549

De Jesus P. (2016) Autopoietic enactivism, phenomenology and the deep continuity between life and mind. Phenomenology and Cognitive Science 15: 265–289. https://cepa.info/2385

De Jesus P. (2016) From enactive phenomenology to biosemiotic enactivism. Adaptive Behavior 24(2): 130–146. https://cepa.info/2632

De Jesus P. (2018) Thinking through enactive agency: Sense-making, bio-semiosis and the ontologies of organismic worlds. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 17(5): 861–887. https://cepa.info/5701

Froese T. (2009) Hume and the enactive approach to mind. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 8(1): 95–133. https://cepa.info/4484

Froese T. (2010) From Cybernetics to Second-Order Cybernetics: A Comparative Analysis of Their Central Ideas. Constructivist Foundations 5(2): 75-85. https://cepa.info/148

Froese T. (2021) Epilogue to “Questioning Life and Cognition” by John Stewart. Adaptive Behavior: online first. https://cepa.info/7192

Fuchs T. & Schlimme J. E. (2009) Embodiment and psychopathology: a phenomenological perspective. Current opinion in psychiatry 22: 570–575. https://cepa.info/2275

Stapleton M. (2013) Steps to a “properly embodied” cognitive science. Cognitive Systems Research 22–23: 1–11. https://cepa.info/4543

Szokolszky A., Read C., Palatinus Z. & Palatinus K. (2019) Ecological approaches to perceptual learning: Learning to perceive and perceiving as learning. Adaptive Behavior Online first. https://cepa.info/6126

Thompson E. (2005) Sensorimotor subjectivity and the enactive approach to experience. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 4(4): 407–427. https://cepa.info/4152