Brancazio, N. (2022) Interactive Agential Dynamics. [Preprint] URL:

Brancazio, N. and Meyer, R. (2022) What is a Minimal Model of Cognition? [Preprint] URL:

Brancazio, N. (2022) Easy Alliances: The Methodology of Minimally Cognitive Behavior (MMCB) and Basal Cognition. In: [2022] PSA 2022: The 28th Biennial Meeting of the Philosophy of Science Association (Pittsburgh, PA, November 10-13 2022) URL:

Meyer, R. and Brancazio, N. (2021) Putting down the revolt: Enactivism as a philosophy of nature. [Preprint] URL:

Brancazio, N. 2020. “Being Perceived and Being ‘Seen’: Interpersonal Affordances, Agency, and Selfhood.” Frontiers in Psychology.

Brancazio, N., and Segundo-Ortin, M. 2020. “Distal Engagement: Intentions in Perception.” Consciousness and Cognition 79 (March 2020): 102897.

Brancazio, N., Segundo-Ortin, M., & McGivern, P. 2019. “Approaching minimal cognition: introduction to the special issue.” Adaptive Behavior.

Brancazio, N. 2019. “Irreducible Aspects of Embodiment: Situating Subject and Scientist.” Australasian Philosophical Review, 2:1.

Brancazio, N., 2018. “Gender and the senses of agency.” Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences.

Hutto, D.D., Brancazio, N., and Auborg, J., 2017. “Narrative Practices in Medicine and Therapy: Philosophical Reflections.” Style 51: 3 pp. 300-317.

Editorial Work:

“Approaching Minimal Cognition” special issue for Adaptive Behavior
Nick Brancazio, Miguel Segundo-Ortin, and Patrick McGivern (Eds.)
Complete, advance online articles can be found here here:

“Multi-Scale Modelling and Active Materials” special issue for Synthese
Patrick McGivern and Nick Brancazio (Eds.)
Accepted, in preparation (for 2021)


Brancazio, N. “Stuck in the Middle With You: Anthropomorphism and Anthropocentrism in Narrative Understanding” TPM: The Philosophers’ Magazine (2016) Oct-Dec: 51–56.