Author P. Steiner
Pierre Steiner is assistant professor in philosophy and cognitive science at the Université de Technologie de Compiègne (Sorbonne), France, where he currently heads the Cognitive Research and Enaction Design (CRED) research group, which is a part of the COSTECH lab. He mainly works and writes on epistemology and philosophy of cognitive science from a pragmatist perspective. Anti-representationalism and externalism are amongst his interests.

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Lenay C. & Steiner P. (2010) Beyond the internalism/externalism debate: The constitution of the space of perception. Consciousness and Cognition 19: 938–952. Fulltext at
Steiner P. (2014) Enacting anti-representationalism: The scope and the limits of enactive critiques of representationalism. Avant 2014(2): 43–86. Fulltext at
Steiner P. (2016) The Many Faces of Experience. Constructivist Foundations 11(2): 395–397. Fulltext at
Steiner P. (2018) Reading and understanding: On some differences between Wittgenstein and 4E cognitive science. Rivista Italiana di Filosofia del Linguaggio 12(2): 124–137. Fulltext at
Steiner P. (2019) Radical views on cognition and the dynamics of scientific change. Synthese Online first. Fulltext at
Steiner P. (2021) Life, Knowledge and Values: A Tribute to John Stewart. Constructivist Foundations 16(3): 381–384. Fulltext at
Steiner P. (2021) Radical views on cognition and the dynamics of scientific change. Synthese 198(1): 547–569.
Steiner P. (2021) Steering a middle course between intentionality and representation: Some remarks about John Stewart’s enactive stance. Adaptive Behavior: online first. Fulltext at
Steiner P. & Stewart J. (2009) From autonomy to heteronomy (and back): The enaction of social life. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 8(4): 527–550. Fulltext at
Steiner P. & Stewart J. (2010) Présentation des textes [Presentation of the texts]. Intellectica 53–54: 41–49. Fulltext at
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