Author J. Kiverstein
Julian Kiverstein is a senior researcher working on Erik Rietveld’s ERC-funded project “Skilled Intentionality for Higher Cognition.” He works on foundational issues in the philosophy of cognitive science. He is currently working on a co-authored book with Michael Kirchhoff, titled Extended Consciousness: A Third-Wave View, which will be published in 2018.

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Bruineberg J., Kiverstein J. & Rietveld E. (2018) The anticipating brain is not a scientist: The free-energy principle from an ecological-enactive perspective. Synthese 195(6): 2417–2444. Fulltext at
Kirchhoff M., Parr T., Palacios E., Friston K. & Kiverstein J. (2018) The Markov blankets of life: Autonomy, active inference and the free energy principle. Journal of The Royal Society Interface 15(138): 20170792. Fulltext at
Kiverstein J. (2012) The meaning of embodiment. Topics in cognitive science 4(4): 740–758.
Kiverstein J. (2017) Life is Intrinsically Temporal. Constructivist Foundations 13(1): 103–105. Fulltext at
Kiverstein J. (2018) Extended cognition. In: Newen A., de Bruin L. & Gallagher S. (eds.) The Oxford handbook of 4E cognition. Oxford University Press, Oxford: 19–40. Fulltext at
Kiverstein J. (2020) In Defence of a Relational Ontology of Affordances. Constructivist Foundations 15(3): 226–229. Fulltext at
Kiverstein J. & Clark A. (2009) Introduction: Mind embodied, embedded, enacted: One church or many? Topoi 28: 1–7. Fulltext at
Kiverstein J. & Miller M. (2015) The embodied brain: Towards a radical embodied cognitive neuroscience. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 9: 237. Fulltext at
Kiverstein J. D. & Rietveld E. (2018) Reconceiving representation-hungry cognition: An ecological-enactive proposal. Adaptive Behavior 26(4): 147–163. Fulltext at
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