Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (2022)

Matthew MacKenzie
Colorado State University
This book deepens and extends the dialogue between Buddhist philosophy and 4E philosophy of mind and phenomenology. It engages with core issues in the philosophy of mind, broadly construed in and through the dialogue between Buddhism and enactivism.
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