Full text: How things shape the mind

Metaplasticity 45 
Material engagement: The analytical nexus 
An ontological recommendation S1 
Il Outline of a Theory of Material Enigagement 
4 The Extended Mind 57 
Beyond cogpnitivism: Thinking outside the brain 
The embodied mind 59 
The distributed-cognition approach 66 
Remembering through, or how a Linear B tablet helps you forget 68 
The intelligent use of clay 69 
Were it to happen in the head: From “parity” to “complementarity” and 
beyond 73 
The hypothesis of the constitutive intertwining of cognition with material 
culture 77 
Things matter: The coupling-constitution fallac, 
Being where? The locational fallacy 82 
The affect of engagement 85 
5 The Enactive Sign 89 
Moving beyond representation 89 
The fallacy of the linguistic sign 90 
Searching for the properties of the material sign 94 
The enactive logic of the material sign 96 
Projections through matter 99 
Material anchors and integrative projections 103 
Making numbers out of clay 106 
Learning to count in the Neolithic 111 
The material sign and the meaning of engagement 116 
6 Material Agency 119 
Material culture and agency 119 
Toward a non-anthropocentric conception 
Actor-Network Theory 123 
The argument for material agency 133 
Methodological fetishism 133 
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