Meeting March 23, 2016

Note

This workspace, or indeed the whole website, serves as an experiment of just how extensive---and public!---my mind can be. On the right the list of literature I want to look at first. Currently thinking of placing my focus on either memory or perception. Both have nice technological enhancements to delve into at a later stage (e.g., Google Glass, though new holographic glasses would be interesting too.).

Time to eat now, will extend this more later. Need to integrate the stuff by Silberstein but unsure yet what articles would be good (this or this?).

For now, departing from and .
















Wheeler, M. (2015). The revolution will not be optimised: Radical enactivism, extended functionalism and the extensive mind. Topoi, 1–16.

References

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Loader, P. (2013). Is my memory an extended notebook? Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 4, 167–184.
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