Daniel D. Hutto is Professor of Philosophical Psychology at the University of Wollongong and member of the Australian Research Council College of Experts. He is best known for his radically enactive account of basic non-representational intentionality and phenomenal experience and his narrative practice hypothesis about what lies at the roots of our everyday social understanding. His most recent books, include: Wittgenstein and the End of Philosophy (2006), Folk Psychological Narratives (2008). He is co-author of the award-winning Radicalizing Enactivism (2013) and editor of Narrative and Understanding Persons (CUP, 2007) and Narrative and Folk Psychology (2009). A special yearbook, Radical Enactivism, focusing on his philosophy of intentionality, phenomenology and narrative, was published in 2006. He regularly speaks at conferences and expert meetings for anthropologist, clinical psychiatrists, educationalists, narratologists, neuroscientists and psychologists.