ISSN 1355-8250 (Print)
Publisher: Imprint Academic
Introduction: From Interacting Agents to Engaging Persons
Joining Intentions in Infancy
Participation Over Observation: The Roots of Action Understanding in Attunement: Comment on Reddy's 'Joining Intentions in Infancy'
Heimann, K.; Uithol, S.
Interactive Time-Travel: On the Intersubjective Retro-modulation of Intentions
Di Paolo, E.
Tensions Theoretical and Theorized: Comment on Di Paolo's 'Interactive Time-Travel'
Intentions and Synergies: The Cases of Control and Speed: Comment on Di Paolo's 'Interactive Time Travel'
You, Me, and We: The Sharing of Emotional Experiences
Collective Affectivity as a Flux of You, Me, and We: Comment on Zahavi's 'You, Me, and We: The Sharing of Emotional Experience'
The (Temporal) Constitution of the 'We' between Connectedness and Differentiation: Clinical Implications: Comment on Zahavi's 'You, Me, and We: The Sharing of Emotional Experience'
How We Affect Each Other: Michel Henry's 'Pathos-With' and the Enactive Approach to Intersubjectivity
De Jaegher, H.
Inter-affectivity and Intersubjectivity:Two Sides of the Same Coin?: Comment on De Jaegher's 'How We Affect Each Other'
On Seeing That Others Have Thoughts and Feelings
Perception of Others' Minds: The Problem of Modalities, Shared Nature, and Theatre: Comment on Avramides' 'On Seeing That Others Have Thoughts and Feelings'
The Problem with 3-Year-Olds
The Neurobiological Building Blocks of the False-Belief Task: Comment on Gallagher's 'The Problem with 3-Year-Olds'
False-Belief Tests and Understanding Others: Comment on Gallagher's 'The Problem with 3-Year-Olds'
Montes Sanchez, A.
Pathologies of Intersubjectivity in Autism and Schizophrenia
The Many Levels of Intersubjectivity: Comment on Fuchs' 'Pathologies of Intersubjectivity in Autism and Schizophrenia'
A Neuroscientific Perspective on the Nature of Altered Self-Other Relationships in Schizophrenia
Ebisch, S.J.H.; Gallese, V.
Necessarily In-Between: On The Role of the Social Self in Schizophrenia Research: Comment on Ebisch and Gallese's 'A Neuroscientific Perspective on the Nature of Altered Self-Other Relationships in Schizophrenia'
Shapeshifters: Comment on Ebisch & Gallese's 'A Neurobiological Perspective on the Nature of Altered Self-Other Relationships in Schizophrenia'