Enactive Cognition at the Edge of Sense-Making

Making Sense of Non-Sense

Massimiliano Cappuccio (Redaktør)

Enactive Cognition at the Edge of Sense-Making

The enactive approach replaces the classical computer metaphor of mind with emphasis on embodiment and social interaction as the sources of our goals and concerns. Les mer
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Enactive Cognition at the Edge of Sense-Making

The enactive approach replaces the classical computer metaphor of mind with emphasis on embodiment and social interaction as the sources of our goals and concerns. Researchers from a range of disciplines unite to address the challenge of how to account for the more uniquely human aspects of cognition, including the abstract and the nonsensical.

List of Illustrations Acknowledgements Notes on Contributors Foreword to Making Sense of Non-Sense; Ezequiel A. Di Paolo 1. Introduction to Making Sense of Non-Sense; Massimiliano Cappuccio and Tom Froese PART I: THEORY AND METHOD 2. Breaking the Perception-Action Cycle: Experimental Phenomenology of Non-Sense and its Implications for Theories of Perception and Movement Science ; Dobromir G. Dotov and Anthony Chemero 3. Making Sense of Non-Sense in Physics: The Quantum Koan; Michel Bitbol 4. The Plight of the Sense-Making Ape; David A. Leavens 5. Immune Self and Non-Sense; John Stewart PART II: EXPERIENCE AND PSYCHOPATHOLOGY 6. The Surprise of Non-Sense; Natalie Depraz 7. Learning to Perceive What we do not yet Understand: Letting the World Guide us; Michael Beaton 8. No Non-Sense Without Imagination: Schizophrenic Delusion as Reified Imaginings Unchallengeable by Perception; Daria Dibitonto PART III: LANGUAGE AND CULTURE 9. On Being Mindful About Misunderstandings in Languaging: Making Sense of Non-Sense as the Way to Sharing Linguistic Meaning; Elena Clare Cuffari 10. Deleuze and the Enaction of Non-sense; William Michael Short, Wilson H. Shearin and Alistair Welchman 11. Traditional Shamanism as Embodied Expertise on Sense and Non-Sense; Juan C. Gonzalez 12. Making (Non)sense of Gender; Michele Merritt Index

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