Robinson’s contribution to the EMT literature is well-founded, accessibly broad-minded, and connected to the most important questions left unanswered in contemporary debates concerning the EMT. Anyone interested in the definition of mind or the fate of the EMT will find this book stimulating and contentious, as Robinson remakes Clark’s EMT as a more radical and intersubjective theory.—Constructivist Foundations—
Feeling Extended… is well-researched, well-written, and one of the more enjoyable texts one may come across in its field. It is – on the face of it – an answer to the ‘qualia trap’ that Clark and Chalmers so eagerly aim to avoid, but much more sophisticated than that. Douglas Robinson opens the way for new work in the field of 4E+A by calling a spade a spade, a feeling a feeling.