Approach «Enactivism»

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Varela F. J. & Poerksen B. (2004) Truth is what works: Francisco J. Varela on cognitive science, Buddhism, the inseparability of subject and object and the exaggerations of constructivism. In: Poerksen B. (ed.) The certainty of uncertainty: Dialogues introducing constructivism. Imprint Academic, Exeter: 85–107.
Vaz N. M. (2011) Francisco Varela and the immunological self. Systems Research and Behavioral Science 28: 696–703. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/4220
Verheggen T. & Baerveldt C. (2007) We don’t share! The social representation approach, enactivism and the ground for an intrinsically social Psychology. Culture & Psychology 13(1): 5–27.
Verheggen T. & Baerveldt C. (2012) Mixed up perspectives: Reply to Chryssides et al. and Daanen and their critique of enactive cultural psychology. Culture & Psychology 18(2): 272–284.
Vernon D. (2010) Enaction as a conceptual framework for developmental cognitive robotics. Paladyn Journal of Behavioral Robotics 1(2): 89–98. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/4157
Vernon D. (2016) Reconciling constitutive and behavioural autonomy: The challenge of modelling development in enactive cognition. Intellectica 65: 63–79. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/4499
Villalobos M. (2013) Enactive cognitive science: Revisionism or revolution. Adaptive Behavior 21(3): 159–167. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/926
Villalobos M. & Dewhurst J. (2017) Why post-cognitivism does not (necessarily) entail anti-computationalism. Adaptive Behavior 25(3): 117–128. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/5564
Villalobos M. & Dewhurst J. (2018) Enactive autonomy in computational systems. Synthese 195(5): 1891–1908. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/5561
Villalobos M. & Silverman D. (2018) Extended functionalism, radical enactivism. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 17(4): 719–739. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/4729
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