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date: 09 December 2019

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This chapter provides a brief review and commentary on the account of cognition offered in Di Paolo and Kiverstein. It notes that Rietveld, Denys, and van Westen do not say much about cognition per se. Instead, they are concerned with skilled action. Finally, it notes how Hutto and Myin apparently pursue the view that cognition is behavior, though decline to provide reasons for the view.

Keywords: cognition, behavior, enactivism, wide computationalism, extended functionalism, dynamical systems, Lotka-Volterra model, Tower of Hanoi, radical embodied cognitive science, skilled intentionality framework

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