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Sofia G. (2019) Systems theory, enaction and the performing arts. In: Kemp R. & McConachie B. (eds.) Routledge companion to theatre, performance and cognitive science. Routledge, Oxon: 195–202. Fulltext at
Excerpt: Undoubtedly a great contribution to the spread of systems theories within the performing arts has been those new theories that propose patterns of cognition no longer isolated in an individual’s brain, but embodied and located within an environment. The model that has probably facilitated the most complete synthesis of these principles is the enaction model, proposed by Francisco Varela in the late 80s.

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