Re-affirming experience, presence, and the world: setting the RECord straight in reply to Noë
Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences
This paper responds to Alva Noë’s general critique of Radical Enactivism. In particular, it responds to his claim that Radical Enactivism denies experience, presence and the world. We clarify Radical Enactivism’s actual arguments and positive commitments in this regard. Finally, we assess how Radical Enactvism stands up in comparison with Noë’s own version of Sensorimotor Knowledge Enactivism.
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Centre of Excellence for Environmental Decisions, Australian Research Council