On pages 73-75 of Living with Robots, our authors explain the “extended mind thesis,” which Clark and Chalmers have defended. Explain this thesis—this view—in detail using cochlear implants or cell phones as a sustained example throughout your essay. What does this theory say about the mind, its location, how it functions, and how we acquire knowledge? Finally, why do the authors of Living with Robots ultimately reject the view? Be specific. Include citations no specific amount.