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Title The Oxford handbook of 4E cognition / edited by Albert Newen, Leon De Bruin, and Shaun Gallagher
Published Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2018


Description 1 online resource
Series Oxford handbooks
Oxford handbooks.
Contents Introduction : 4eCognition : Historical roots, key concepts, and central issues / Albert Newen, Shaun Gallagher, Leon De Bruin -- Cognitive Integration : how culture transforms us and extends our cognitive capabilities / Richard Menary -- Critical note : cognitive systems and the dynamics of representing-in-the-world / Tobias Schlicht -- The body in action : predictive processing and the embodiment thesis / Michael Kirchhoff -- Joint action and ecognition / Torstein T. Tollefsen, Rick Dale -- perception, exploration, and the primacy of touch / Matthew Ratcliffe -- Direct social perception / Joel Krueger -- Critical Note : bodily experience, action and perception from the 4e perspective / Sven Walter -- Disclosing the World : Intentionality and 4e cognition / Mark Rowlands -- Building a stronger concept of embodiment / Shaun Gallagher -- Motor intentionality / Elisabeth pacherie -- Extended cognition / Julian Kiverstein -- The extended body hypothesis : Referred sensations from tools to peripersonal space / Frédérique de Vignemont -- Critical note : brain-body-environment couplings : what do they teach us about cognition? / Arne M. Weber, Gottfried Vosgerau -- Embodied resonance / Vittorio Gallese, Corrado Sinigaglia -- Why engagement? : a second person take on social cognition / Vasudevi Reddy -- The intersubjective turn / Hanne De Jaegher -- The person model theory and the question of situatedness of social understanding / Albert Newen -- False belief understanding : 4e cognition and the predictive processing paradigm / Leon De Bruin -- Critical Note : How revisionary are 4e accounts of social cognition? / Mitchell Herschbach -- Thinking and feeling : a social-developmental perspective / R. Peter Hobson -- Beyond mirroring : 4e perspectives on empathy / Dan Zahavi, John Michael -- Ecological-enactive cognition as engaging with a field of relevant affordances : the skilled intentionality framework (sif) / Erik Rietveld, Damiaan Denys, Maarten Van Westen -- Embodiment of emotion and its situated nature / Evan W. Carr, Anne Kever, Piotr Winkielman -- Enacting affectivity / Giovanna Colombetti -- Critical note : 3es are sufficient, but don't forget the d -- a critical note on situated affectivity / Achim Stephan -- The embodiment of language / Mark Johnson -- The embodiment of concepts : theoretical perspectives and the role of predictive processing / Michiel Van Elk, Harold Bekkering -- Origins and complexities of infant communication and social cognition / Ulf Liszkowski -- Developing an understanding of normativity / Marco F.H. Schmidt, Hannes Rakoczy -- Critical note : language and learning from the 4e perspective / Hans-Johann Glock -- The evolution of cognition : a 4e perspective / Louise Barrett -- Mindshaping / Tadeusz W. Zawidzki -- The enactive conception of life / Ezequiel Di paolo -- Bringing things to Mind : 4es and material engagement / Lambros Malafouris -- Culture and the extended phenotype : Cognition and material culture in deep time / Kim Sterelny -- Critical note : evolution of human cognition / Andreas Roepstorff, Tobias Starzak -- Communication as fundamental paradigm for psychopathology / Kai Vogeley -- Scaffolding intuitive rationality / Cameron Buckner -- Robots as powerful allies for the study of embodied cognition from the bottom up / Matej Hoffmann, Rolf pfeifer -- Interpersonal judgments, embodied reasoning and juridical legitimacy / Somogy Varga -- Embodied cognition and the humanities / Amy Cook -- Embodied aesthetics / Barbara Gail Montero -- Going radical / Daniel D. Hutto, Erik Myin -- Critical note : so, what again is 4e cognition? / Ken Aizawa -- The predictive processing hypothesis / Jakob Hohwy -- Interacting in the open : where dynamical systems become extended and embodied / Maurice Lamb, Anthony Chemero -- Searching for the conditions of genuine intersubjectivity : from agent-based models to perceptual crossing experiments / Tom Froese
Summary 4E cognition (embodied, embedded, enactive, and extended) assumes that cognition is shaped and structured by dynamic interactions between the brain, body and both the physical and social environments. With essays from leading scholars and researchers, it is the definitive work on this burgeoning field
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Text in English
Online resource; title from home title page (viewed on December 28, 2018)
Subject Cognition.
Social ecology.
Social Environment
human ecology.
Social ecology.
Genre/Form Electronic books
Form Electronic book
Author Newen, Albert, editor
Bruin, Leon de, 1979- editor.
Gallagher, Shaun, 1948- editor.
ISBN 9780191860157
Other Titles 4E cognition
Four E cognition