Author T. E. Feiten
Tim Elmo Feiten works on topics at the interface between philosophy, cognitive science, and theoretical biology. He studied English literature and linguistics, cultural studies, and cognitive science at the University of Freiburg and has published on the thought of Max Stirner and how it relates to the work of Foucault, with a book chapter on Stirner and Deleuze forthcoming. In past conference presentations he has investigated the links between 4E cognition and radical political philosophy as well as the implications of neuroplasticity for self-empowerment, while his most recent talks have paid special attention to the profound challenge which Jakob von Uexküll’s radical constructivism still poses to cognitive science and philosophy. Further research interests include biosemiotics, phenomenology and philosophical anthropology.

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Feiten T. E. (2018) The Truth Is (Not) Out There - Enactivism Inside and Out. Review of Enactivist Interventions: Rethinking the Mind by Shaun Gallagher, 2017. Constructivist Foundations 14(1): 118–121. Fulltext at
Feiten T. E. (2020) Mind after Uexküll: A foray into the worlds of ecological psychologists and enactivists. Frontiers in Psychology 11: 480. Fulltext at
Feiten T. E., Holland K. & Chemero A. (2020) Worlds apart? Reassessing von Uexküll’s umwelt in embodied cognition with Canguilhem, Merleau-Ponty, and Deleuze. Journal of French and Francophone Philosophy 28(1): 1–26. Fulltext at
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