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Enactive Torch Helps The Blind To ‘See’ Without Canes

Great to see the enactive torch going through its paces — co-developed by the very excellent Tom Froese. Stay tuned for Tom’s review of Dan Hutto and Erik Myin’s Radicalizing Enactivism: Basic Minds without Content to appear in the Journal of Mind and Behavior.  daniel huttoEmbodied cognitionEmbodied cognitive scienceEnactive Torchenactivismerik myinRadicalizing Enactivismsituated cognitionTom Froese

Radicalizing Enactivism: Basic Minds without Content

Check out this recently released book by Dan Hutto and Erik Myin. The book will be reviewed by the very excellent Tom Froese for The Journal of Mind & Behavior. Stay tuned. Speaking of enactivism see this special issue of Constructivist Foundations dedicated to Neurophenomenology. Constructivist Foundations must rate as one of the best open access journals I have…

Remembering Varela

Four articles (and more) of interest to theorists interested in enaction: 1. Tom Froese’s new article in Adaptive Behavior: Critics of the paradigm of enaction have long argued that enactive principles will be unable to account for the traditional domain of orthodox cognitive science, namely “higher-level” cognition and specifically human cognition. Moreover, even many of the…