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Bruineberg, Jelle and Fabry, Regina (2021) Habitual smartphone use as extended mind-wandering. [Preprint]

Constant, Axel and Clark, Andy and Friston J, Karl (2019) Representation Wars: Enacting an Armistice through Active Inference. [Preprint]

Datteri, Edoardo (2020) Interactive Biorobotics. [Preprint]

Dhein, Kelle (2020) What Makes Neurophysiology Meaningful? Semantic Content Ascriptions in Insect Navigation Research. [Preprint]

Facchin, Marco (2021) Predictive processing and anti-representationalism. [Preprint]

Geerse, Roos (2023) Semanticizing the brain: Reiteration as a key concept in understanding representation and behavior. [Preprint]

Geerse, Roos (2023) Semanticizing the brain: Reiteration as a key concept in understanding representation and behavior. [Preprint]

Honenberger, Phillip (2021) Natural artificiality, niche construction, and the content-open mediation of human behavior. [Preprint]

Jebari, Karim and Lundborg, Joakim (2019) Artificial superintelligence and its limits: why AlphaZero cannot become a general agent. [Preprint]

List, Christian (2022) The Naturalistic Case for Free Will. [Preprint]

Miller Tate, Alex James (2020) Perception, Action, and Depression. [Preprint]

Pain, Ross and Mann, Stephen Francis (2024) Teleosemantics, Structural Resemblance and Predictive Processing. [Preprint]

Piekarski, Michał (2019) Representations, direct perception and scientific realism. In defence of conservative predictive processing. [Preprint]

Raja, Vicente and Valluri, Dinesh and Baggs, Edward and Chemero, Anthony and Anderson, Michael L. (2021) The Markov Blanket Trick: On the Scope of the Free Energy Principle and Active Inference. [Preprint]

Ramstead, Maxwell J. D. and Kirchhoff, Michael D. and Friston, Karl J. (2019) A tale of two densities: Active inference is enactive inference. [Preprint]

Ramstead, Maxwell J. D. and Wiese, Wanja and Miller, Mark and Friston, Karl J. (2020) Deep neurophenomenology: An active inference account of some features of conscious experience and of their disturbance in major depressive disorder. [Preprint]

Tamminga, Allard and Duijf, Hein and Van De Putte, Frederik (2020) Expressivity results for deontic logics of collective agency. [Preprint]

Veit, Walter (2022) Complexity and the Evolution of Consciousness. [Preprint]

Veit, Walter (2023) Defending the Pathological Complexity Thesis. [Preprint]

Veit, Walter (2022) Review of Peter Godfrey-Smith’s Metazoa: Animal Minds and the Birth of Consciousness. [Preprint]

Veit, Walter and Browning, Heather (2020) Phenomenology Applied to Animal Health and Suffering. [Preprint]

Willemsen, Pascale and Martens, Judith H. (2023) Does Evaluative Language Provide Reasons to Act? An Empirical Study of the Action-Guiding Potential of Evaluative Concepts. [Preprint]

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Cabrera, Marta (2022) Duchenne smiles are actions not mere happenings: lessons from the debate on expressive action. THEORIA. An International Journal for Theory, History and Foundations of Science, 37 (2). pp. 163-179. ISSN 2171-679X

Carvalho, Eros (2019) An ecological approach to disjunctivism. Synthese. ISSN 1573-0964

Farokhi Kakesh, Hadis (2023) Desire satisfaction and its discontents. THEORIA. An International Journal for Theory, History and Foundations of Science, 38 (2). pp. 173-192. ISSN 2171-679X

Fritts, Megan and Cabrera, Frank (2024) Modeling Action: Recasting the Causal Theory. Analytic Philosophy. ISSN 2153-960X

Gascón, José Ángel (2023) After the difference between argument and explanation. THEORIA. An International Journal for Theory, History and Foundations of Science, 38 (1). pp. 87-105. ISSN 2171-679X

Ivy, Spencer (2022) The Role of Creativity in Expertise and Skilled Action. Synthese, 200 (456). pp. 1-22. ISSN 1573-0964

Ongaro, Giulio and Hardman, Doug and Deschenaux, Ivan (2022) Why the extended mind is nothing special but is central.

Veit, Walter (2023) Preview of A Philosophy for the Science of Animal Consciousness. A Philosophy for the Science of Animal Consciousness. viii-12.

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