"The Course-of-Action: Enaction & Experience" [Review of Jacques Theureau’s Book, Toulouse, Octarès, 2015]

Azéma Guillaume
Language of the article : French
DOI: 10.3406/intel.2017.1851
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Describing, understanding, explaining human activity remains a challenge. Powered by a passion for knowledge and defending a particular interpretation of the enactive paradigm, the author makes his courses of action richer and clearer. He is pursuing the construction of a unified but open epistemology and existentialism. So, no final outcome but the idea of non-completion, of the constant activity of a non-stop way.

Fundamentally, by writing this baroque and encyclopedic work, Jacques Theureau invites us to participate in a dialogue, in a perilous and exulting adventure as an antidote to research’s fossilization and human despair.

Pour citer cet article :

Azéma Guillaume (2017/1). "The Course-of-Action: Enaction & Experience". In Dumas Guillaume & Fortier Martin & González Juan C. (Eds), Debating altered states of consciousness: Pitfalls of past research and rising new paradigms, Intellectica, 67, (pp.369-378), DOI: 10.3406/intel.2017.1851.