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Enveloping Development through Cognitive Enactivism

Engaging with climate change by changing apprehension of climate (Part #1)


Introduction
Veloping?
Engaging with the environment
Reframing the cognitive interface with the environment
Dysfunctional psychosocial dynamics
Whose world is it?
"My world" vs the "Conventional world"?
Reframing the problems of "my world"
Ownership and possession

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Introduction

The financial crisis of 2008 and its aftermath has intensified the debate regarding the assumptions underlying development and growth at a time when much is made of the potential of climate change on a resource challenged planet. There is little collective conviction regarding the conventional responses to these situations as variously advocated -- and concern that, however well they appear to respond to immediate challenges, such solutions may not prove viable in the longer term.

There is therefore a case for exploring more unconventional possibilities. The question is how such explorations are to be enabled and acqure credibility -- and for whom.

estion is how such explorations are to be enabled and acqure credibility -- and for whom.