Book Chapters

Di Paolo, E. A. (2019). Afterword: A Future for Jakob von Uexküll. In F. Michelini and K. Köchy (eds.) Jakob von Uexküll and Philosophy: Life, Environments, Anthropology. London: Routledge, forthcoming.

Di Paolo, E. A. (2018). The enactive conception of life. In A. Newen, S. Gallagher, L. de Bruin (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Cognition: Embodied, Embedded, Enactive and Extended, Oxford University Press. pp 71–94.

Di Paolo, E. A. and De Jaegher, H. (2017). Neither individualistic, nor interactionist. In Durt, C., Fuchs, T., Tewes, C. (eds). Embodiment, Enaction, and Culture, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. pp. 87–105.

Di Paolo, E. (2016). “Enactivismo”. En Diccionario Interdisciplinar Austral, editado por Claudia E. Vanney, Ignacio Silva y Juan F. Franck. (pdf)

Di Paolo, E. A. (2014). Foreword. in M. Cappuccio and T. Froese (eds). Enactive Cognition at the Edge of Sense-Making Making Sense of Non-Sense, NYC: Palgrave, Macmillan.

Di Paolo, E. A. and Thompson, E. (2014). The enactive approach, in L. Shapiro, ed., The Routledge Handbook of Embodied Cognition, Routledge Press, pp. 68-78.

Di Paolo, E. A. (forthcoming). El enactivismo y la naturalización de la mente, in D. P. Chico and M. G. Bedia (eds) Nueva ciencia cognitiva: Hacia una teoría integral de la mente, Madrid: Plaza y Valdes Editores.

Harvey, I. and Di Paolo, E. A., (2014). Evolutionary pathways, in P. Vargas, E. A. Di Paolo, I. Harvey & P. Husbands, Horizons for Evolutionary Robotics, MIT Press, pp. 77-91.

Vaughan, E., Di Paolo, E. A., and Harvey, I., (2014). Incremental evolution of an omni-­directional biped for rugged terrain, in P. Vargas, E. A. Di Paolo, I. Harvey & P. Husbands, Horizons for Evolutionary Robotics, MIT Press, pp. 237-278.

Wheeler, M. and Di Paolo, E. A. (2011). Existentialism and cognitive science, in Reynolds, J., Woodward, A., and Joseph, F. (eds) The Continuum Companion to Existentialism, Continuum, pp 241 – 259.

Di Paolo, E. A. (2010). Living Technology. In Living Technology: 5 Questions, Mark Bedau, Pelle Guldborg Hansen, Emily Parke, Steen Rasmussen (Eds), Automatic Press/VIP, pp. 67 – 76.

Di Paolo, E. A. (2009) Overcoming autopoiesis: An enactive detour on the way from life to society. In Magalhaes, R., and Sanchez, R. (Eds) Autopoiesis in Organizations and Information Systems, Elsevier, pp. 43 – 68.

De Jaegher, H. and Di Paolo, E. A. (2008) Making sense in participation: An enactive approach to social cognition. In F. Morganti, A. Carassa, and G. Riva (eds) Enacting Intersubjectivity: A cognitive and social perspective to the study of interactions, IOS Press: Amsterdam, pp 33 – 47.

Di Paolo, E. A., Rohde, M. and De Jaegher, H., (2010). Horizons for the Enactive Mind: Values, Social Interaction, and Play. In J. Stewart, O. Gapenne and E. A. Di Paolo (eds), Enaction: Towards a New Paradigm for Cognitive Science, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, pp. 33 – 87.

Bird, J., and Di Paolo, E. A., (2008) Gordon Pask and his maverick machines. In P. Husbands, M. Wheeler, O. Holland (eds), The Mechanical Mind in History, Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, pp. 185 – 211.

Hu, X., and Di Paolo, E. A. (2008). An efficient genetic algorithm with uniform crossover for the multi-objective airport gate assignment problem, in K. C. Tan, C. K. Goh and Y. S. Ong (eds) Multi-Objective Memetic Algorithms, Springer-Verlag, pp. 71 – 90.

Hu, X., and Di Paolo, E. A. (2008). Genetic algorithms for the airport gate assignment problem: Linkage, representation and uniform crossover in Y.P. Chen and M.H. Lim (eds) Linkage in Evolutionary Computation, Springer-Verlag, pp 361 – 388.

Di Paolo, E. A., (2003). Organismically-inspired robotics: Homeostatic adaptation and natural teleology beyond the closed sensorimotor loop, in: K. Murase & T. Asakura (Eds) Dynamical Systems Approach to Embodiment and Sociality, Advanced Knowledge International, Adelaide, Australia, pp 19 – 42.

Noble, J., Di Paolo, E. A., & Bullock, S., (2001). Adaptive factors in the evolution of signalling systems, in: A. Cangelosi & D. Parisi (Eds) Simulating the Evolution of Language, Springer Verlag, London, pp. 53 – 78.