Andy Clark is a professor of philosophy and Chair in Logic and Metaphysics at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. “To unravel the workings of these embodied, embedded, and sometimes […]
http://files.newbooksnetwork.com/philosophy/129philosophyclark.mp3 “The predictive processing hypothesis is a new unified theory of neural and cognitive function according to which our brains are prediction machines: they process the incoming sensory stream in […]
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Fleshing out his own version of environmental (critters manipulating with/in their environs) psychology Andy asks Are You Your Brain, and Is Your Brain a Computer?
“Where does the mind stop and the rest of the world begin? The question invites two standard replies. Some accept the demarcations of skin and skull, and say that what […]
Andy sketches out some of the implications of our contemporary tool-uses (cyborg incarnations) and how design and experimentation in varying environs challenges some of the conservative trends in evolutionary psychology. […]
Andy Clark is a Professor of Philosophy and Chair in Logic and Metaphysics at the University of Edinburgh in Scotland. Before this he was director of the Cognitive Science Program […]
“There are no clear-cut level distinctions in nature. Neural software bleeds into neural firmware, neural firmware bleeds into neural hardware, psychology bleeds into biology and biology bleeds into physics. Body […]
Dr David Roden has worked for the Open University as a lecturer and associate lecturer. His published work has addressed the relationship between deconstruction and analytic philosophy, philosophical naturalism, the […]
If you search this site for Andy Clark, Dennett and Prinz you will find another way of working after Hume that bridges (without collapsing) science and philosophy.