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Noë A. (2021) The enactive approach: A briefer statement, with some remarks on “radical enactivism”. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences Online first. Fulltext at
The chief problem for the theory of mind is that of presence. In this paper I offer an explanation of this claim, and I indicate how my own “enactive” approach to mind has tried to address this problem. I also argue that other approaches, such as that undertaken by Hutto and Myin, have side-stepped the problem, instead of addressing it; their position opts for reductionism and eliminativism. This essay has two parts. The first is an exposition of the enactive approach, as I understand it, and the second is a critical evaluation of Hutto and Myin.

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