Key word "hard problem"

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Rolla G. & Huffermann J. (2021) Converging enactivisms: Radical enactivism meets linguistic bodies. Adaptive Behavior Online first. Fulltext at
Rudrauf D., Lutz A., Cosmelli D., Lachaux J. P. & Le Van Quyen M. (2003) From autopoiesis to neurophenomenology: Francisco Varela’s exploration of the biophysics of being. Biological Research 36: 27–65. Fulltext at
Rupert R. D. (2015) Embodiment, consciousness, and neurophenomenology: Embodied cognitive science puts the (first) person in its place. Journal of Consciousness Studies 22(3–4): 148–180. Fulltext at
Schwarz E. (2004) Is consciousness reality or illusion? A non‐dualist interpretation of consciousness. AIP Conference Proceedings 718(1): 425–434.
Shani I. (2021) Befuddling the mind: Radical Enactivism (Hutto-Myin style) and the metaphysics of experience. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 20(1): 39–56. Fulltext at
Shear J. (1996) The hard problem: Closing the empirical gap. Journal of Consciousness Studies 3(1): 54–68.
Silberstein M. & Chemero A. (2012) Complexity and extended phenomenological-cognitive systems. Topics in Cognitive Science 4(1): 35–50. Fulltext at
Stewart J. (2017) What Is It Like to Be Conscious? Towards Solving the Hard Problem. Constructivist Foundations 12(2): 155–156. Fulltext at
Stewart J. (2019) Neurophenomenology, enaction, and autopoïesis. In: Palermo S. & Morese R. (eds.) Behavioral Neuroscience. IntechOpen, London. Fulltext at
Strle T. (2013) Why should we study experience more systematically: Neurophenomenology and modern cognitive science. Interdisciplinary Description of Complex Systems 11(4): 376–390. Fulltext at
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