An Enactive Theory of Need Satisfaction
In this paper, based on the predictive processing approach to cognition, an enactive theory of need satisfaction is discussed. The theory can be seen as a first step towards a computational cognitive model of need satisfaction.
This research was partially supported by the WU Anniversary Fund of the City of Vienna and by the Austrian Federal Ministry for Transport, Innovation and Technology (Grant 855407).
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