Feel free to send me an email (m.alejandro.arango[at]gmail[dot[com) if you would like to read one of these articles and don’t have access to them.



  1. Arango, Alejandro. (2019). From sensorimotor dependencies to perceptual practices: making enactivism social. Adaptive Behavior, 27(1), 31–45.
    1. Arango, Alejandro. (2019) Social Enactivism about Perception—Reply to McGann. Adaptive Behavior. (In reply to: McGann, Marek. (2019) “A Little More Social Enaction than That: Comment on Arango (2019). Adaptive Behavior (2019))
  2. Arango, Alejandro. (2019) “Expresión, intersubjetividad y mundo perceptual.” Acta Fenomenológica Latinoamericana VI: 279-293.
  3. Arango, Alejandro. “Animal Groups and Social Ontology: An Argument from the Phenomenology of Behavior.” Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 15, no. 3 (2016): 403–22. doi:10.1007/s11097-015-9430-2.
  4. Arango, Alejandro. “Moral Clumsiness.Think 14, no. 40 (2015): 93–99. doi:10.1017/S1477175615000019.
  5. Arango, Alejandro. “Husserl’s Concept of Position-Taking and Second Nature.” Phenomenology and Mind, no. 6 (2014): 168–76.
  6. Arango, Alejandro. “Tomar En Cuenta, Pensar En Compañía, Ampliar La Mente: Sobre El Sentido de La Enseñanza de Las Humanidades.” (‘Taking Into Account, Thinking in Company, Enlarging the Mind: On the Sense of Teaching Humanities.’).” Revista de La Escuela Colombiana de Ingeniería, no. 53 (2004): 42–46.

Work in Progress

  • “The two-way road between high-level perception and direct social perception”, article (submitted to Philosophy Compass).
  • Let’s Show the Value! Retrospective of a Philosophy-Based, Humanities Postdoc at Tennessee State University, pedagogy-oriented article (submitted to Journal of General Education).
  • “Our understanding of others involves the perception of high-level properties,” article (completion date 07/20).
  • “Social identities and other minds”, article (completion date 08/20).
  • “Non-indifference towards the Suffering of Others: Morality, Empathy and the Extended Self”, article (completion date 07/20).
  • “The Aspectuality of Perception,” article.
  •  “From Action to Practices: A Social Theory of Perception”, book manuscript. 


  • “The promise of non-adversarial metaphors for the practice of teaching philosophy” (with Maria Howard, Gonzaga University, Philosophy).
  • “Assessment Methods and Interventions Tools in Behavior Analysis: The Ethical Case for Adjustment Toward Multicultural Competence” (with Nicole Lustig, Gonzaga University, Special Education).
  • “Does Seeing Blurry Translate to Other Senses? On the Normative Import of Indistinct Perception” (with Carolyn Cusick, California State University Fresno, Philosophy).