Author M. Heras-Escribano
Manuel Heras-Escribano (PhD Universidad de Granada, 2015) works in the philosophy of cognitive sciences from an embodied and situated perspective, and also in theories of perceptual content. He combines this research with a recent interest in American pragmatism, especially the work of John Dewey and William James.

Publications Found: 8 · Show All Abstracts

Heras-Escribano M. (2016) Embracing the Environment: Ecological Answers for Enactive Problems. Constructivist Foundations 11(2): 309–312. Fulltext at
Heras-Escribano M. (2020) Author’s Response: Affordances as a Basis for a Post-Cognitivist Approach to the Mind. Constructivist Foundations 15(3): 231–237. Fulltext at
Heras-Escribano M. (2020) Précis of The Philosophy of Affordances. Constructivist Foundations 15(3): 199–213. Fulltext at
Heras-Escribano M. (2021) Pragmatism, enactivism, and ecological psychology: Towards a unified approach to post-cognitivism. Synthese 198: 337–363. Fulltext at
Heras-Escribano M. & De Pinedo M. (2016) Are affordances normative?. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 15(4): 565–589. Fulltext at
Heras-Escribano M., Noble J. & De Pinedo M. (2015) Enactivism, action and normativity: A Wittgensteinian analysis. Adaptive Behavior 23(1): 20–33. Fulltext at
McGann M., Di Paolo E. A., Heras-Escribano M. & Chemero A. (2020) Enaction and ecological psychology: Convergences and complementarities. Frontiers in Psychology 11: 617898. Fulltext at
Segundo-Ortin M., Heras-Escribano M. & Raja V. (2019) Ecological psychology is radical enough: A reply to radical enactivists. Philosophical Psychology 32(7): 1001–1023. Fulltext at
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