Hajo Greif’s research interests cover the philosophy and the social studies of science as well as the philosophy of mind. His current work focuses on
- situated cognition and cognitive artefacts (‘4E’ cognition, smart environments)
- naturalism in the philosophy of mind (teleosemantics, evolution of cognition)
- history and philosophy of cognitive science (AI vs cybernetics)
He also has a background in the philosophy and history of biology, which serves to inform his current specialisations. All strands of his work converge in his "habilitation" project informational environments and cognitive artefacts (monograph published 2017).