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    A problem of scope for the free energy principle as a theory of cognition
    Philosophical Psychology 29 (7): 967-980. 2016.
    Those who endorse the free energy principle as a theory of cognition are committed to three propositions that are jointly incompatible but which will cohere if one of them is denied. The first of these is that the free energy principle gives us a self-sufficient explanation of what all cognitive systems consist in: a specific computational architecture. The second is that all adaptive behavior is driven by the free energy principle and the process of model-based inference it entails. The third i…Read more
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    Commentary on "Spiritual Experience and Psychopathology"
    Philosophy, Psychiatry, and Psychology 4 (1): 79-81. 1997.