Enactivism

The CINN is supporting many research and outreach initiatives assisting the development of enactivism, as an alternative to mainstream theoretical paradigms grounded in the computational theory of mind. Drop us a line if you are interested to be involved, or check this page for further announcements.

 

While you are here, you can:

Apply to our upcoming AISB'13 Symposium Enaction: Challenges & Successes, Exeter, April 2-5th, 2013.

Check out the proceedings of the Foundations of Enactive Cognitive Science, Windsor, February 26-27th, 2012.

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