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Volume 27, Number 1, 2 January 2014

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The extended cognition thesis: Its significance for the philosophy of (cognitive) science
pp. 1-18(18)
Authors: Arnau, Eric; Estany, Anna; González del Solar, Rafael; Sturm, Thomas

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Ten questions concerning extended cognition
pp. 19-33(15)
Author: Wilson, Robert A.

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The cultural ecosystem of human cognition
pp. 34-49(16)
Author: Hutchins, Edwin

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Cognitive externalism meets bounded rationality
pp. 50-64(15)
Authors: Arnau, Eric; Ayala, Saray; Sturm, Thomas

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Emotions beyond brain and body
pp. 65-81(17)
Authors: Stephan, Achim; Walter, Sven; Wilutzky, Wendy

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Situating distributed cognition
pp. 82-97(16)
Authors: Osbeck, Lisa M.; Nersessian, Nancy J.

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E-Science and the data deluge
pp. 126-140(15)
Authors: Casacuberta, David; Vallverdú, Jordi

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List of Reviewers
pp. 141-143(3)

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