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Mark James
PhD candidate Philosophy of Cognitive Science, Habits, Self-organising Interactions, and Ecobehavioural Design funded
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Abeba Birhane Oct 1
"Computational and cognitive sciences are built on a foundation of racism, sexism, colonialism, Anglo and Euro-centrism, white supremacy, and all intersections thereof" New preprint from and yours truly.
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writers doing normal shit Sep 12
Haruki Murakami in one of those dreams where you can't run fast. (c.2015)
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Lynn Boylan 🍷📖🐾 Sep 14
Id love to see this in Dublin. "People would be able to get to work, shops, essential services and leisure facilities in 15 minutes' walk or cycle from home."
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The Blindboy Podcast Sep 12
A cardboard crowd watches baseball under a blood red sky
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Bryce Sep 12
This, 100% this. Though neural-stuff is critical, and you can’t understand consciousness without doing neuroscience!
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Mark James Sep 12
Replying to @NeuroYogacara
Nice! Be sure to post when it does go to publication.
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Tony Chemero Sep 8
My new brag: “You know about Abeba Birhane, the famous AI researcher, right? Well, she baked me a cake for my birthday.”
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Embodied Cognitive Science Unit Sep 6
Embodied paleoanthropology: "The activities and thoughts of one brain became unavoidably entangled with many others. The brain is thus much more than a structure contained inside the skull. Our brains belong to the people around us as much as to ourselves." (Potts & Sloan 2010)
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Embodied Cognitive Science Unit Aug 31
Today is the 1st anniversary of the Embodied Cognitive Science Unit! 🎉 It's been a busy year getting started, full of learning and unlearning. What makes me particularly excited for the 2nd year is that we've become sharper in our questioning, including of our own premises.
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bad jenfluence 🍒 | BLM Aug 28
A lot of students don’t know what “office hours” are, and assume it’s limited time for you to be working (which feel guilty for taking up), rather than time set aside specifically for them. I started calling them “student hours” last term instead, and way more students showed up!
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Rita Felski Aug 27
Is Latour really “against” critique? Is the language of concern preferable to care? Are the humanities modern? Now available: nineteen insightful, well-informed essays on Latour’s relevance for the humanities by leading scholars and !
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Mark James Aug 24
Would love to be added!
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Mark James Aug 22
Fantastic! Convergences are gathering towards a new attractor. An exciting time to be thinking about what’s next!
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Hanne De Jaegher Aug 21
Elena Cuffari: Language, Habit, and the Future Pdf also here:
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Fred Cummins Aug 21
Review by Gabriel Bayarri in Social Anthropology of "The Ground From Which We Speak: Joint Speech and the Collective Subject"
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Mark James Aug 21
Replying to @participha
Sounds very cool! Looking forward to reading.
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Hanne De Jaegher Aug 20
New paper: Pregnant Agencies: Movement and Participation in Maternal-Fetal Interactions
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Liam Satchell Aug 13
So we wrote a thing (Satchell, & ) integrating Gibsonian ecological psych, individual differences, personality human and non-human animal behaviour, mental wellbeing etc. Basically all those 'random' topics you see me publish on are because of this:
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PsyArXiv-bot Aug 13
The ecological approach to personality: Psychological traits as drivers and consequences of active perception
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Mark James Aug 17
Replying to @MarkMJames
Please ignore the unfortunate typo in the abstract (you'll know it when you see it). Really don't know how that snuck through 🤦‍♂️
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