It removes the “brain-in-a-meatsack” issue

Yes – I think it’s why that, despite some of its current imprecisions, the family of Embodied Cognition is appealing to me as an assistant in a view-of-self.

It removes the “brain-in-a-meatsack” issue that we’re taught in our current culture from a young age and broadens to include the environment as integral-to-self.

None of them – embodied, enacted, etc are perfect but I believe they’re on the right track, generally speaking.

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