Two references I found regarding an apparently compatible philosophical view of embodied cognition are:
Clark, Andy (1997) Being There: Putting Brain, Body and World Together Again, Cambridge MA: MIT Press.
Hendriks-Jansen, Horst (1996) Catching Ourselves in the Act: Situated Activity, Interactive Emergence, Evolution, and Human Thought. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press.
both make mention of Lakoff. He wrote the book “Metaphors we live by”; and I’ve noticed some distinctions between the mind-body-environment philosophies. The one that seems to fit my way of thinking best is the one called Embodied Cognition;
http://blogs.scientificamerican.com/guest-blog/2011/11/04/a-brief-guide-to-embodied-cognition-why-you-are-not-your-brain/ also features Lakoff. It might help explain a little better how I’m thinking; I’m not sure how to tie it together though; I need to do more research on the differences between similar theories so I can be more intelligent on points where I differ. Does this help a little? It’s still new to me as well.