Author I. Harvey
Inman Harvey, with an academic background in mathematics, philosophy and social anthropology, was a founding member of the Evolutionary and Adaptive Systems (EASy) group at the University of Sussex. His interests include evolutionary robotics, artificial life, a dynamical systems perspective on cognitive science, and Gaia theory.

Publications Found: 7 · Show All Abstracts

Harvey I. (2008) Misrepresentations. In: Bullock S., Noble J., Watson R. & Bedau M. (eds.) Artificial life XI: Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on the simulation and synthesis of living systems. MIT Press, Cambridge MA: 227–233.
Harvey I. (2013) Standing on the Broad Shoulders of Ashby. Constructivist Foundations 9(1): 102–104. Fulltext at
Harvey I. (2017) Going round in circles. In: Knibbe C., Beslon G., Parsons D., Misevic D., Rouzaud-Cornabas J., Bredèche N., Hassas S., Simonin O. & Soula H. (eds.) Proceedings of ECAL 2017. The MIT Press, Cambridge MA: 198–199. Fulltext at
Harvey I. (2018) Misunderstood Circular Causation: “Who Implements Autonomy?” and “What Stabilises the Daisies?”. Constructivist Foundations 13(3): 374–376. Fulltext at
Harvey I. (2020) Habeas corpus: The ins and outs of autopoiesis. Adaptive Behavior 28(1): 39–40.
Harvey I. (2020) Neurath’s boat and the Sally-Anne test: Life, cognition, matter and stuff. Adaptive Behavior 28: 10–1177.
Izquierdo E. & Harvey I. (2007) The dynamics of associative learning in an evolved situated agent. In: al A. C. F. (ed.) ECAL 2007: Proceedings of the 9th European Conference on Artificial Life. Springer, Berlin: 365–374.
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