On the Ecology of Mind and Affect: Comments
[K ekologii soznaniia i affekta: kommentarii]
Type of publication: Research Article
externalism, enactivism, memory ecology, cognitive micro-niche, affect, evocative objects, Umwelt, extensions, extended cognition, material culture, possessions, identity politics
This article presents critical comments and responses to Sergei Sokolovskiy’s essay “Things, Affects and the Ecology of Mind: On Material Aspects of Identity Politics”, in which the author raises the issues of ecologically distributed, or extended and environmentally embedded human cognition and affects and their relations with individual or grass-root identity politics. This discussion features contributions by D.A. Baranov, A.V. Verle, M.D. Miroshnichenko, S.S. Petriashin, А.A. Filatova, and S.Y. Shevchenko.
Funding InformationThis research was supported by the following institutions and grants: Russian Science Foundation, https://doi.org/10.13039/501100006769 [grant no. 22-18-00450] (recipients M.D. Miroshnichenko) Ministry of Science and Higher Education of the Russian Federation [075-15-2022-328] (recipients S.V. Sokolovskiy)
Baranov, D.A., A.V. Verle, M.D. Miroshnichenko, S.S. Petriashin, S.S. Filatova, S.Y. Shevchenko, and S.V. Sokolovskiy. 2022. K ekologii soznaniia i affekta: kommentarii [On the Ecology of Mind and Affect: Comments]. Etnograficheskoe obozrenie 5: 76–113. https://doi.org/10.31857/S0869541522050050 EDN: IAFQUE
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