Volume 13 · Number 1 · Pages 110–116
Author’s Response: Internatural Relations

Shaun Gallagher

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Upshot: I offer some clarification on how enactivism is related to naturalism, predictive processing and transcendental phenomenology, and I point to a paradox that requires further clarification with regard to the structure of intrinsic temporality and the nature of self.

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Gallagher S. (2017) Author’s response: Internatural relations. Constructivist Foundations 13(1): 110–116. http://constructivist.info/13/1/110

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