Basically: Your thinking involves your brain, your body, your environment and your interactions. They all operate with each other in a feedback loop. So, by trying to isolate only the nervous system, or the brain or individual neurons is an incorrect view as we are creating interacting and part of whatever we are interacting with.

Basically: Your thinking involves your brain, your body, your environment and your interactions. They all operate with each other in a feedback loop.

So, by trying to isolate only the nervous system, or the brain or individual neurons is an incorrect view as we are creating interacting and part of whatever we are interacting wit–

 

It could be that. I think embodied cognition is more focused on being a part of our environments and our environments being a part of us.

As we are all connected with our environment, we all are ultimately connected.

 

 

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