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This commentary highlights the similarities and differences between on the one hand the (Noeian-viewed) concept of enaction defended by Lenay and criticized by Jacob, and on the other hand the Gibsonian, ecological approach to perception and action. In this context, we address the notions of representation, sensation and information, sensori-motor coupling, and inadequacy of efferent copy.
Pour citer cet article :Bardy Benoît G., Mantel Bruno (2006/1). Ask not What’s Inside your Head, but What your Head is inside of (Mace, 1977). In Brassac Christian (Eds), Internalism / Externalism, Intellectica, 43, (pp.53-58), DOI: 10.3406/intel.2006.1328.