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The role of embodiment and intersubjectivity in clinical reasoning
Embodied approaches to cognition have been recently challenging standard views in philosophy of mind and the cognitive sciences. We propose that these embodied cognition views hold implications for clinical reasoning. This ...
Primal impression and enactive perception
(MIT Press, 2014-05)
The socially extended mind
I argue that social institutions, such as the legal system, educational and cultural institutions, and even science itself understood as an institution, can contribute to and even be constitutive of cognition. I review ...
What can phenomenology tell us about social cognition?
(Mentis Verlag, 2013-06)
Ambiguity in the sense of agency
When the problem of intersubjectivity becomes the solution
(Guilford Press, 2013)
A pattern theory of self
I argue for a pattern theory of self as a useful way to organize an interdisciplinary approach to discussions of what constitutes a self. According to the pattern theory, a self is constituted by a number of characteristic ...
(MIT Press, 2013)
Empathy, simulation and narrative
A number of theorists have proposed simulation theories of empathy. A review these theories show that, despite the fact that one version of the simulation theory can avoid a number of problems associated with such approaches, ...