Victor Loughlin
University of Antwerp
In the following review of Hohwy ‘The Predictive Mind’, I argue that enactive considerations can be used to challenge Hohwy’s claim that the brain is a ‘truth tracker’.
Keywords The Predictive Mind  Predictive Coding  Radical Enactivism
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DOI 10.1007/s11097-016-9479-6
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