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Subject Index Actions. See Praxis possible motor (see Affordances) Aesthetic experience, liberated embodied simulation and, 323–326 Affective attunement, 181, 186 Affective cognitive science. See Embodied, embedded, enactive, extended, and affective (4EA) cognitive science Affordance-effectivity pairs, 266, 270–272, 272n28, 274–275 Affordances, 3, 206n7, 245, 247–253, 257–269, 259n3, 262n9, 401–404. See also specific topics canonical, 251, 270–272, 274–275 dispositions and, 259, 261–264, 266, 267, 269–270, 273, 274 enactivism and, 206n7, 258, 261, 261n7 Gibsonian, 206n5 joint, 245, 252, 253 landscape of, 248, 264, 266 Agency, 7, 28, 49, 55–56, 58, 62, 83, 135, 340n8. See also Collective agency; Social agency body, 175–176 cooperative, 340n8 selfhood and the capacity for, 157 sense of, 83 Agent-environment systems, 254 Alterity, 91 Animals cultural history of, 268 dispositions, 261–264, 266–267, 269 effectivities, 259, 262–263, 267, 269–271, 273, 275 environment and, 258–260, 269, 272–273 neurobiology in, 311, 313 perception in, 322 training, 267 Anthropogeny, 314 Anthropology, 51, 75, 404 cultural, 75–77, 323, 334, 340, 341 (see also Culture) medical, 75, 397, 399, 405 psychological, 397, 404 Anti-Semitism, 57, 58n10 Art, 323. See also Aesthetic experience Attachment, mother-infant, 185 Attunement, 33 Autonomous system, 7–8 Behavioral modernity, 279–280 Behaviorism, 78, 118–119 Bodily formatted (B-formatted) representations, 320, 321, 325 Body. See also Körper cinaesthetic, 359 embodied accomplishments and accomplishments of the, 79–80 entwinement of and the cultural world, mind, and, 2–4 Body adornment. See Neanderthals Body agency, 175–176 432 Subject Index Body hexis, 10 Body memory(ies), 333, 335–342, 338n6, 345, 348. See also Collective body memory(ies); Memory habitual, 9 Body schema, 339, 365–368, 367n14 Body-subject, 29–30, 33, 35 Brain, 79–81, 94–95, 150, 312–313, 319–321, 407–408. See also Motor system; Neoteny; Neuroscience; Pain body and, 95, 173, 316–317, 319, 323, 336n4 cognition and, 316–317 (see also Neuroscience, cognitive) culture and, 353, 391, 392, 397, 403, 410–412 (see also Cultural psychiatry) evolution and the, 279, 280, 290, 311–313 film and, 356, 358, 371 neoteny and, 313, 315, 316, 323 plasticity, 268n20, 313, 340, 391 predictive processing and, 336, 402–404, 410 representation and, 319–322, 336 Brain imaging, 310, 312, 313 Brain size, 279, 313 Canonical affordances, 251, 270–272, 274–275 Capgras delusion/Capgras syndrome, 407–409 CIC (cognition always involves content), 111–113, 118n11, 121, 124 Cognition. See also CIC; Extended cognition; REC “second-person,” 177 social, 88, 92, 96–97, 101, 119, 121, 121nn14– 15, 132, 141, 177, 217, 220–221, 223, 225, 309–313, 315–317, 321–323, 326 Cognitive catastrophes, theories of, 313 Cognitive niches, 114, 116, 122, 295, 403 Cognitive phenomenology, 67 Cognitive prostheses, 4 Collective. See Third; “We” Collective agency, 48, 49, 52, 54, 55, 340n8. See also Social agency; We-intentionality individual agency and, 49, 56, 58 Collective body memory(ies), 333–334, 340–349. See also Collective memory Collective intentionality, 4, 26, 131, 177, 253. See also We-intentionality Collective memory, 334, 341. See also Collective body memory(ies) Collective unthinking/serial unthinking, 50, 56–58 Common sense, 163, 165, 347 Communication, 35–37, 41–42 Computational neuroscience, 176. See also Neural-computational model Consciousness, 2, 3, 25–26, 35, 65–70, 72, 74, 79–83, 309. See also Phenomenal consciousness; Reflective consciousness experiential, 30, 68 hard problem of, 67 higher-order theories of, 68 thicker descriptions of, 72–74 thinner descriptions of, 65, 70–72 Constitution, 4–5, 9, 25–29, 34–35, 39–41, 43, 70, 131. See also World, constitution of; specific topics of body, 34 of collective agency and groups, 48, 51, 61–62 intentional, 40, 41 intersubjectivity and, 31, 39 of minimal self, 182 of objectivity, 27–28, 35, 70, 79 of self, 175, 179, 181 (see also Self-constitution) of shared world, 1, 31, 36–38 Constructivism. See Social constructivism Content. See also CIC (cognition always involves content) getting radical about the origins of, 107–108 Conventions, 209 “Coolness,” concept of, 283–284, 283f, 289–292 Coordination, 8, 52, 88, 89–91, 95, 98, 131, 135, 137–138, 156, 209, 251–253, 334, 339, 348 Coordination problem, 209 Coupling, 7. See also Organism-environment coupling and enactivism sense-making and, 97–98 sensorimotor, 361 Subject Index 433 Cultural constitution, 25, 26, 40, 41 Cultural evolution, 3, 9, 10 Cultural memory, 340, 341 Cultural neurophenomenology, 406f, 412–416 Cultural niche, 293 Cultural...


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