Volume 8 · Number 3 · Pages 362-363
Back to Basics. Review of “Radicalizing Enactivism: Basic Minds without Content” by Daniel D. Hutto and Erik Myin

Jakub Ryszard Matyja

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Abstract

Upshot: Hutto & Myin’s latest “radical enactive cognition” manifesto is a truly exciting book and – despite its short length – quite thick with argumentation. The word “manifesto” here does not only describe the rousing writing style (filled with witty and resounding expressions), but also the general awed feeling one gets, while reading, of the importance of “RECtifying” the current state of research in enactive cognition. Interestingly for the constructivist community, the hallmark thesis of their book is that there can be intentionally directed cognition and perceptual experience without content.

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Matyja J. R. (2013) Back to basics. Review of “radicalizing enactivism: Basic minds without content” by daniel d. Hutto and erik myin. Constructivist Foundations 8(3): 362-363. http://constructivist.info/8/3/362

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