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for me there is no new information in my experiences(including smoking cooking pans and coffee pots running minus coffee) of lacking what I once took for granted (largely because these systems were active/present in non-conscious ways) that isn't available in texts but does give me a visceral grasp (much like say imbibing hallucinogens can provide a visceral grasp of the chemical aspects to everyday/straight consciousness) of them that is new and differently motiving, which seems like something for academic philo to consider.
For good discussions of the relations between bodily functions and environments the ENSO seminars are hard to beat, my current fav enactivist is Tony Chemero:


Eric, I’m so sorry you’re going through this. I’m thinking of you. I’d get you a ticket out if I could. Rick

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