Approach «Enactivism»

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Davis B. (1995) Why teach mathematics? Mathematics education and enactivist theory. For the Learning of Mathematics 15(2): 2–9. Fulltext at
Davis J. H. & Thompson E. (2014) From the Five Aggregates to Phenomenal Consciousness: Toward a Cross-Cultural Cognitive Science. In: Steven Emmaneul (ed.) A Companion to Buddhist Philosophy. John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken NJ: 585–597. Fulltext at
Davis J. H. & Thompson E. (2015) Developing Attention and Decreasing Affective Bias: Toward a Cross-Cultural Cognitive Science of Mindfulness. In: Brown K. W., Creswell J. D. & Ryan R. M. (eds.) Handbook of Mindfulness. Guilford Press, New York: 42–61. Fulltext at
De Haan S., Rietveld E. & Denys D. (2015) Being free by losing control: What obsessive-compulsive disorder can tell us about free will. In: Glannon W. (ed.) Free Will and the Brain: Neuroscientific, Philosophical, and Legal Perspectives. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 83–102. Fulltext at
De Jaegher H. (2013) Embodiment and sense-making in autism. Frontiers in Integrative neuroscience 7(15). Fulltext at
De Jaegher H., Di Paolo E. A. & Gallagher S. (2010) Can social interaction constitute social cognition? Trends in Cognitive Science 14: 441–447. Fulltext at
De Jaegher H., Pieper B., Clénin D. & Fuchs T. (2017) Grasping intersubjectivity: An invitation to embody social interaction research. Phenomenology and Cognitive Sciences 16: 491–523. Fulltext at
De Jesus P. (2016) Autopoietic enactivism, phenomenology and the deep continuity between life and mind. Phenomenology and Cognitive Science 15: 265–289. Fulltext at
De Jesus P. (2016) From enactive phenomenology to biosemiotic enactivism. Adaptive Behavior 24(2): 130–146. Fulltext at
De Jesus P. (2016) Making sense of (autopoietic) enactive embodiment: A gentle appraisal. Phainomena 25(98–99): 33–56. Fulltext at
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