he fight between the family of non-dualist environment-including perspectives vs the orthodox viewpoints was more important

liked Clark – I have a positive ‘feeling’ when hearing his name, so I intuitively know there’s something I liked but I also remember something that seemed a little off or too much. I’d have to go through and see. I did find this which I saved back in 7/2015 which explained my final position on the distinctions.

“I am a fan of this family of thinking. I like to say I “tend towards” embodied cognition and while extended, embodied, enacted, situated, and others draw lines slightly differently, they’re all compatible and I’m definitely a fan of the family. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Action-specific_perception – for me, Affordance was the biggest eye opener once it ‘clicked’ when first tripped over Lakoff, which opened the door for this whole marvelous way of thinking that didn’t open doors, it eliminated the doors and the walls entirely.”

I remember getting into debates over the distinctions until I realized it was a kind of nit-picking that really didn’t matter, as the fight between the family of non-dualist environment-including perspectives vs the orthodox viewpoints was more important than pinning it down precisely for me, just yet.

The basic concept is still foreign enough to most people as it is smile emoticon

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