Hipólito, I.(under review). Neurotechnologies for cognitive development and positive behavioural changes
Hipólito, I.(under review). The societal impact of the Mind-Technology Problem.
Hipólito, I.(under review). Constructing Smarter Niches with Natural AI.
Hipólito, I.(under review). Brain Data Analysis in Network Neuroscience: Rejecting Modular Neural Networks for Neural Reuse. Synthese
Chinchella, N. & Hipólito, I. (under review). Addiction: Cure or Care? Phenomenology and Cognitive Science.
Hipólito, ., & Hesp, C. (in press). On religious practices as multiscale active inference: Certainties emerging from recurrent interactions within and across individuals and groups. in Vinten, R. (ed.) (2022/in press). Wittgenstein and the cognitive science of religion. Bloomsbury Press.
Hipólito, I. Mago, J. Rosas, F., Carhart-Harris, R. (In press/2022). Pattern Breaking: A Complex Systems Approach to Psychedelic Medicine (forthcoming in Neuroscience of Consciousness).
Van Es, T. & Hipólito, I. (2022). Co-constructing Markov blankets: tricky solutions. In Physics of Life Reviews.
Hesp, C. Hipólito, I. (2022). Living on the Edge – Practical Information Geometry for Studying the Emergence and Propagation of Life Forms. Physics of Life Reviews.
Hutto, D. & Hipólito, I. (2022/in press). Updating Our Theories of Perceiving: From Predictive Processing to Radical Enactivism. in Robert French & Berit Brogaard (eds.) The Roles of Representations in Visual Perception. Springer.
Hipólito, I. and Van Es, T. (2022). Enactive-dynamic Social Cognition and Active Inference. Frontiers in Psychology. Topical Collection Distributed and Embodied Cognition in Scientific Contexts
Hipólito, I. and Van Es, T. (2022). Free Energy Pragmatics: Markov blankets don’t prescribe objective ontology, and that’s okay. Behavioral and Brain Sciences.
Hipólito, I. (2022). Cognition without Neural Representation: Dynamics of a Complex System. Frontiers in Psychology, 5472.
Safron, A., Kimaj, Hipólito, I. (2022). On the importance of being flexible: dynamic brain networks and their potential functional significances. In Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience.
Gallagher, S., Hutto, D. & Hipólito, I. (2021). Predictive processing and some disillusions about illusions. Review of Philosophy and Psychology
Clowes, R., and Gaertner, K., Hipólito, I. (2021). The Mind-Technology problem and the deep history of mind design. In Clowes, R., and Gaertner, K., Hipólito, I. (eds.) The Mind-Technology Problem - Investigating Minds, Selves and 21st Century Artifacts. Studies in Brain and Mind Springer International Publishing.
Hipólito, I. Ramstead, M., Convertino, L., Bhat, A. Friston, K. Parr, T. (2021). Markov Blankets in the Brain. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews.
Hipólito, I. Baltieri, M., Friston, K. Ramstead, M., (2021). Embodied Skill: Where the Action Is. Synthese.
Hipólito, I., Ramstead, M., Constant, A., & Friston, K. (2021). Cognition coming about: self-organisation and free-energy. Physics of Life Reviews.
Friston, K., Zeidman, P., Fagerholm, E., Zarghami, T., Parr, T., Hipólito, I., Magrou, L. & Razi, A. (2021) Parcels and particles: Markov blankets in the brain. Network Neuroscience.
Ramstead, M., Friston, K. Hipólito, I., (2020) Is the free-energy principle a formal theory of semantics? From variational density dynamics to neural and phenotypic representations. Entropy 22, 889.
Hipólito, I. Hutto, D., Chown, N. (2020) Understanding Autistic Individuals: Cognitive Diversity not Theoretical Deficit. in Neurodiversity Studies: A New Critical Paradigm. Routledge.
Hutto, D., Gallagher, S., and Ilundain-Agurruza, J. Hipólito, I. (2020). Culture in Mind - An Enactivist Account: Not Cognitive Penetration But Cultural Permeation.In L. J. Kirmayer, S. Kitayama, C. M. Worthman, R. Lemelson, & C. A. Cummings (Eds.), Culture, mind, and brain: Emerging concepts, models, applications. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press.
Hipólito, I. (2019) A Simple Theory of Every 'Thing'. Physics of Life Reviews.
Hipólito, I., Kahle, R. (2019). The notion of ‘simple proof’. Philosophical Transactions. The Royal Society Publishing.
Hipólito, I., (2019) Perception is not always and everywhere inferential.
Australasian Philosophical Review. 3(1)
Invited talk "The Free Energy Principle on the Edge of Chaos" @Mathematics, Physics and Machine Learning Seminar in University of Lisbon
"The Free Energy Principle on the Edge of Chaos" Invited talk to Center for Cognitive Neuroscience Berlin