Author: Fred Cummins
Bio Note: Fred Cummins conducts interdisciplinary research into the business of joint (unison) speaking, as found in practices of protest and prayer. This topic raises issues of collective intentionality that seem to be best addressed within an enactive framework. It also spotlights such rewarding topics as rhythm, speech-gesture and speech-music relations, synchronized action, and the aesthetics of ritual practices. He works at University College Dublin, where he co-directs a postgraduate cognitive science programme.
Affiliation: University College Dublin, Ireland
Publications in Constructivist Foundations
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Cummins F. (2018) Enaction demands an ontological light touch with respect to the “subject”. Constructivist Foundations 13(3): 381–382. http://constructivist.info/13/3/381
Cummins F. (2017) Making use of contact, niches, and coordination. Constructivist Foundations 12(3): 308–309. http://constructivist.info/12/3/308
Cummins F. (2016) Enaction, and its relation to science in an objective key. Constructivist Foundations 11(2): 245–246. http://constructivist.info/11/2/245