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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