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- Enactive Interfaces are inspired by a fundamental concept of "interaction" that has not been exploited by other approaches to the design of human-computer interface technologies. Mainly, interfaces have been designed to present information via symbols, or icons. — “IPCity " ENACTIVE/2006”,
- Although there is a great deal of research in the field of advanced HCI that concentrates on making life easier, the Partner We approach this problem by developing enactive/constructivist-inspired software, hardware, and biological. — “Partner Technologies Research Group”,
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- Enactive definition, having power to enact or establish, as a law. See more. — “Enactive | Define Enactive at ”,
- Enactive Walkway is a reactive installation that examines the intersection of cognition, embodiment and human experience. The shifting ground of the Enactive Walkway destabilizes the body, encouraging. — “enactive - enactivewalkway”,
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- 3rd International Conference on Enactive, 20-21 Nov 2006, Montpellier, FRANCE. — “Enactive 06 - 3rd International Conference on Enactive Interfaces”, enactive2006.org
- Enactive knowledge is not simply a multisensory mediated one, but knowledge stored in the form of motor reponses and acquired by the act of "doing". It is a form of cognition inherently tied to actions, as in the handcrafter as way of knowing. — “ENACTIVE”, vrlab.epfl.ch
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- (from the conference website) Enactive / 07 is an international scientific and cultural event, promoted by the European Network of Excellence ENACTIVE and organized by the ACROE-ICA group, from INP-G. It will be held in Grenoble (France) on November 19-22, 2007. — “enactive_interfaces : Positive Technology Journal”,
- Enactive Interfaces are related to a fundamental "interaction" concept which is not exploited by most of the existing human-computer interface technologies. On the other hand, ENACTIVE knowledge is a form of knowledge based on action for apprehension tasks. — “Enactive 05 - 2nd Internation Conference on Enactive”, enactive2005.org
- Enactive cognitive science is the mode or perspective for cognitive studies proposed and propounded by Francisco Varela, Evan Thompson, and Eleanor Rosch in their 1991 book The Embodied Mind. Enactive cognitive science is presented as a third alternative to the currently-prevalent. — “FOCUS: Enactive Cognitive Science in Context”,
- This paper compares the disciplines of Enactive In- terfaces and Tangible User Interface design with the aim theories of enaction, a new type of "enactive tangible. — “Towards Tangible Enactive-Interfaces”,
- Enactive Dialectics. This project stems from a collaboration formed through the European Mobile Lab for Interactive Media Art (e-MobiLArt), which brought together artists from across the globe working with transdisciplinary art/science practice. — “Enactive Dialectics”,
- The Enactive knowledges of entities are the ones acquired by doing. Enactive Knowledge is information gained through perception-action interaction in the environment. — “Enaction - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
- Enactive / 07 is an international scientific and cultural event focused on Enaction and Enactive Systems. It will be held in Grenoble (France) on November 19-22, 2007. — “ENACTIVE / 07 .... Enaction_in_Arts”, acroe.imag.fr
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- Re: Elan Vital, Explanation and "Pan"-theory I think the comparison between 'elan vital' and the experience of panexperientialism is spurious, because the 'life force' is conceived of as a substance which gives matter its form, whereas panexperientialism (as a component of a process ontology) rejects substance all together (whether mental or material). As far as circular reasoning goes, I could just as easily say that the materialist attempts to explain experience by saying it is material. This can never be proven empirically, of course (because the outward facing senses can only presuppose experience in their evaluation of the exterior world). Also, if you watched my last video (The Enjoyment of Matter), you'll hear my argument for why materialist explanations of biological evolution are circular: they claim that the motivation for life is 'survival,' when survival is simply a synonym for life. Life is survival. No explanation here. If we want to explain why organisms survive (and why evolution can take place), I suggest we consider: because they enjoy life. About the question concerning green, Evan Thompson and Alva Noe have written beautifully on how to navigate the terrain between objectivist theories (color is wavelength) and subjectivist theories (color is neural pattern) by pointing to the co-evolutionary emergence of the color of various features of the biosphere and the participatory (or enactive) way in which color arises. See: Concerning interaction between material and mental aspects ...
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- Evolution and Development (Re: Enactive Development - Silversoul7) Response to Silversoul7 This probably comes off as unnecessarily pedantic but I'm trying to protect the concept of 'evolution' from what I see as slippage in its application. Many of the structures you refer to and the terms you use are incompatible with evolution as it is usually understood. These include references to 'higher stages', 'tiers', 'levels', being 'pulled up', being some 'stages ahead of the culture', etc. Evolution is a very specific process which works solely in terms of the degree of fit between an entity (usually an organism) and its physical or social environment. There is no absolute set of values, represented as levels in a hierarchy, that evolution corresponds to, including the humanist and interpersonal values that constitute moral behaviour. Not only is it highly unlikely (in my opinion) that one individual might have a more evolved consciousness than another, but there is no justification for saying that a more public-spirited 'moral' consciousness is of any more value in evolutionary terms than one which is selfish and egotistical. If the language of evolution is dropped and this is really a discussion about development it gets slightly easier, although there would still be the problem of identifying where the criteria for what constitutes the upper reaches of that development come from.
- Solipsism Enactive approaches are not solipsistic because the world which is given rise to by our cognitive systems is shared with others. The language we speak and which forms the basis of all our thoughts about the world is a SHARED language.
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