Episode 26 - Tony Chemero

On Episode 26, Nick chats with Tony Chemero, Professor of Philosophy and Psychology at the University of Cincinnati and author of the book, 'Radical Embodied Cognitive Science,' about taking trips to the East Village as a kid to see punk rock shows, early interactions with Dan Dennett and Newton scholar George Smith, hanging out with computer scientists and psychologists during graduate study at Indiana, the stresses of serving on a college tenure committee, how to do cognitive science without invoking mental representations, why we should avoid making pronouncements of "how science works," and his upcoming book on interaction-dominant systems in social cognition. 

Timestamps: 0:15 - Hello and welcome 01:36 - Tony

Nicholas Zautra