Volume 10 · Number 3 · Pages 422–425
Specifying Revolutionary Sense-Making. Review of Enactive Cognition at the Edge of Sense-Making: Making Sense of Non-Sense edited by Tom Froese and Massimiliano Cappuccio

Patrick Hoburg

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Upshot: This eclectic collection of essays attempts to make sense of the complexly vexed relation between various modalities of sense-making and non-sense – a relation previously underspecified by enactivist theories and programs of research. As such, the book offers creative conceptual elaboration often augmented by analysis of experimental research in support of the enactivist approach to cognition.


Hoburg P. (2015) Specifying revolutionary sense-making. Review of enactive cognition at the edge of sense-making: Making sense of non-sense edited by tom froese and massimiliano cappuccio. Constructivist Foundations 10(3): 422–425. http://constructivist.info/10/3/422

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