Author M. I. Harvey
Matthew Isaac Harvey’s main interests are the relation between distributed and enactive theories of language and the philosophy of agency and techniques. His PhD is focused on replacing representations (that’s the catchphrase) in linguistic theory, both as a concept and as a suite of terms and associated ways of thinking. With that in mind, he explores the use of agent-based modeling as a research tool in distributed and ecological linguistics, where the aim is to produce emergent phenomena that are recognizably language-like but cannot be traced directly to representational capacities of individual agents.

Publications Found: 5 · Show All Abstracts

Gahrn-Andersen R. & Harvey M. I. (2016) Phenomenological Teleology and Human Interactivity. Constructivist Foundations 11(2): 224–226. Fulltext at
Harvey M. I. (2015) Content in languaging: Why radical enactivism is incompatible with representational theories of language. Language Sciences 48: 90–129. Fulltext at
Harvey M. I. (2017) “Posing | Solving” Can Be Explained Without Representations, Because It Is a Form of Perception-Action. Constructivist Foundations 13(1): 169–171. Fulltext at
Harvey M. I., Gahrn-Andersen R. & Steffensen S. V. (2016) Authors’ Response: Explanatory Pluralism and Precise Conceptual Development. Constructivist Foundations 11(2): 254–264. Fulltext at
Harvey M. I., Gahrn-Andersen R. & Steffensen S. V. (2016) Interactivity and Enaction in Human Cognition. Constructivist Foundations 11(2): 234–245. Fulltext at
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