Program

Important Note
The organisers of this event are painfully aware of the lack of gender balance among our invited speakers. We have made several attempts at improving this situation and have sent invitations to a number of female researchers who have worked on the relation between enaction and ecological psychology (a very specific intersection of areas) but without success. We are continuing to do so with some last minute efforts.
We take this issue very seriously and have made sure that at least the there is a good gender balance among the participants attending the workshop (those that we know of to this date).
We very strongly encourage female researchers, particularly those in the early stages of their careers, who are interested in this topic to join us and make their voices heard by participating in what we expect will be an exciting event.
DÍA 9 DÍA 10
09:30-10:00 Welcome
10:00-11:00  

Ezequiel Di Paolo “Bordercrossings: bodies and ecologies in the enactive approach

 

 

 

Tony Chemero “Getting together: An ecological-enactive approach to (social) cognition

 

 

11:00-11:30 COFFEE BREAK COFFEE BREAK
11:30-12:30 Miguel Segundo “Bridging the uncanny valley: Towards a radical embodied theory of agency”  

Manuel De Pinedo “Ecological psychology and enactivism: Either politics or ontology

 

12:30-13:30  

Marek Mcgann “Many Me: Being a emergent thing in multiple media

 

Melina Gastelum “Temporal experience from a 4E perspective”
13:30-15:00 LUNCH LUNCH
15:00-16:00  

 

David Jacobs, David Travieso, Jorge Ibáñez and Lorena Lobo “The direct learning theory: a naturalistic approach to learning for the post-cognitivist era”

 

 

Vicente Raja “The E-Test: On the Necessity of Specification
16:00­-16:30 COFFEE BREAK COFFEE BREAK
16:30-17:30  

Tom Froese “Using the Enactive Torch to arbitrate between ecological and sensorimotor approaches

 

Harry Heft “What Does “Operational Closure” Enclose?: On Boundaries and Finding One’s Place in the Environment.”
17:30-18:30  

Julian Kiverstein and Erik Rietveld “An Ecological-Enactive Approach to 4e Cognition or Why Ecological Psychology and Enactive Cognitive Science need each other

 

GENERAL DISCUSSION

 

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