Volume 14 · Number 1 · Pages 37–41
Author’s Response: Enactivism, Autonomy, Self and Other

Shaun Gallagher

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Abstract: The commentaries on my target article tend to be either supportive and expansive or corrective. I respond to these commentaries by focusing on issues that involve philosophical and scientific frameworks, concepts of autonomy, self, and social cognition broadly conceived.


Gallagher S. (2018) Author’s response: Enactivism, autonomy, self and other. Constructivist Foundations 14(1): 37–41. http://constructivist.info/14/1/037

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