Forthcoming from the very excellent Mark Rowlands. Cognitive scienceMark RowlandsMemorypersonal identityphenomenologyPhilosophy of mindRainer Maria Rilkeself
The very excellent Mark Rowlands. I’m very much looking forward to the handbook. 4eCognitive scienceEmbodied cognitionenactivismExtended MindExternalismintentionalityMark RowlandsPhilosophy of mindShaun Gallaghersituated cognition
Check out this discussion featuring Mark Rowlands on the possibility. Of course, Mark aside from being a preeminent extended mind philosopher has the unusual experience of having lived with a wolf for a decade. animalsExtended MindExternalismMark Rowlandsmorality
Here’s plug for a collection of EM papers from about three years ago The Extended Mind by Mark Rowlands Abstract & Keywords Persons and the Extended-Mind Thesis by Lynne Rudder Baker Abstract & Keywords Minds, Intrinsic Properties, and Madhyamaka Buddhism by Teed Rockwell Abstract & Keywords Empathy and the Extended Mind by Joel W. Krueger Abstract & Keywords Quintuple…
Richard Menary’s long time coming The Extended Mind is reviewed here by Joseph Ulatowski. CognitionCognitive neuroscienceCognitive scienceEmbodied cognitionExtended MindneurosciencePhilosophy of mindqualia
Check out this review (scroll down) by Michael Madary of Mark Rowlands’ The New Science of the Mind: From Extended Mind to Embodied Phenomenology. One of the latest labels to emerge for anti-classical (or non-Cartesian, or post-cognitivist) cognitive science is “4E.” The four Es here are the embodied, embedded, enacted, and extended approaches to cognition. Since there are…
These two items via Ken Aizawa’s blog. 1. Rob Rupert reviews Mark Rowlands’ latest 2. Ginger Campbell interviews Larry Shapiro (check out the companion episodes Ginger mentions)
Two of the leading players from each side of the extended mind divide (Ken Aizawa of course a pre-eminent critic; Mark Rowlands a long-time proponent) discuss EM. There is much besides on the Philosophy TV website.
Larry Shapiro has a new paper posted on his website. Prominent defenders of the extended cognition thesis have looked to evolutionary theory for support. Roughly, the idea is that natural selection leads one to expect that cognitive strategies should exploit the environment, and exploitation of the right sort results in a cognitive system that extends beyond the head…
Here is my introduction to the themed issue of Cognitive Systems Research. The full collection is now available here.