2/2020

Avant, Volume XI, Issue 2. ISSN: 2082-6710. Editors: Marcin Miłkowski, Marcin Rządeczka, Marcin Trybulec & Witold Wachowski

I. UNDERSTANDING SOCIAL COGNITION, PART TWO
1. Marcin Trybulec: Understanding the interface between society and cognition
2. Sven Delarivière: Collective understanding A conceptual defense for when groups should be regarded as epistemic agents with understanding
3. Adrianna Smurzyńska: Relations between self-understanding and other-understanding: similarities and interactions
4. Zsuzsanna Kondor: Neural-based vs. enactive approaches to consciousness and social cognition
5. Aleksandra Kołtun: Writing as distributed sociomaterial practice – a case study

II. FROM AVANT TO DENNETT AND BACK
1. Daniel C. Dennett: Comment on “Can memes explain the birth of comprehension?”
2. Marcin Miłkowski: Thinking about semantic information
3. Daniel C. Dennett: Comment on “Thinking about semantic information”
4. Zuzanna Rucińska: Affordances in Dennett’s From Bacteria to Bach and Back
5. Daniel C. Dennett: Comment on “Affordances in Dennett’s From Bacteria to Bach and Back

III. OTHER ARTICLES
1. Sofia Miguens: What is ‘representation’? – a debate between Tyler Burge and John McDowell (with a reference to Daniel Dennett)
2. Matthew E. Gladden: The Self-Revelation and Cognition of VR-Facilitated Virtual Worlds: Towards a Phenomenology of virtual habitation
3. Mieszek Jagiełło: Cruelty and Oxytocin. On the Origin of Somatic Disintegration from Psycho-Somatic Dualism
4. Patrizio Lo Presti: Individuality, Collectivity and the Intersubjective Constitution of Intentionality
5. Maciej Talaga: Affordances theory as an operational framework for interpretation of past material culture and practices
6. Aireen Grace Andal: Discourses of Educational Rights in Philosophy for Children

IV. BOOK REVIEW
Manuela Teles: Context, Truth, and Objectivity: Essays on Radical Contextualism. A book review

V. INTERVIEW
Luca Corti & Diana Couto: Contextualism in Context: Interview with Michael Williams


Cover design (using the Avant logo): Janusz Matysiak

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