Broadly speaking my work falls within the situated cognition or non-Cartesian wing of cognitive science. Or as I’ve put it elsewhere as the DEEEDS literature (a loose and internally fluid philosophical and empirical coalition comprising the Dynamical-, Embodied-, Extended-, Enactive-, Distributed-, and Situated- approaches to knowledge and cognition.) This said, there is no methodological profit whatsoever to throwing out the Cartesian baby along with the bath water. Also, a socio-cognitive view of mind and knowledge should not be mistaken as a thesis for strong social constructivism, the idea all facts are socially constructed (a denial that reality in some way impinges upon mind).