All the papers in this special issue sit at the intersection between work on predictive
processing models in the neurosciences and embodied, enactive perspectives on mind.
It is arguably one of themost cutting-edge and fast-moving intersections of research in
the contemporary sciences of mind and brain. All contributions deal with questions of
whether and how key assumptions of the predictive brain hypothesis can be reconciled
with approaches to cognition that take embodiment and enaction as playing a central
and constitutive role in our cognitive lives.