Volume 13 · Number 3 · Pages 381–382
Enaction Demands an Ontological Light Touch with Respect to the “Subject”

Fred Cummins

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Open peer commentary on the article “What Is a Cognizing Subject? Construction, Autonomy and Original Causation” by Niall Palfreyman & Janice Miller-Young. Upshot: The goal of Palfreyman & Miller-Young is to characterize a particular kind of self-determining subject in a way that attempts to resolve divergence between realist, constructivist and enactive accounts. The divergences exist for a reason, and the subject in a realist framework cannot be equated with the subject as it features in an enactive account.


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

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