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Alksnis N. (2016) Review of Radicalizing Enactivism by Daniel D. Hutto and Erik Myin. Philosophy in Review 36(3): 118–120. Fulltext at
Excerpt: In Radicalizing Enactivism (RE), Hutto and Myin present compelling arguments for why basic minds do not have content. In particular, they introduce the Hard Problem of Content (HPC), which states that ‘informational content is incompatible with explanatory naturalism’ (xv). By reviewing a range of theories, the pair demonstrate the futility of attempts to distinguish content from covariance (content is information within a system, whereas a covariant system can be explained purely by way of causal interactions).

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