Here is the draft of a piece that Keith Ansell Pearson and I just did on a wider topic, "Naturalism in the Continental Tradition." (We touch on the phenomenology and naturalism connection, but also include bits on "affirmative naturalism" in the Nietzsche / Deleuze line, with quite a bit on GD, as well as brief accounts of critiques of naturalism in critical social theory.)
Finally, here is a piece I did on Thompson's very important Mind in Life (Harvard, 2007), in which I address some of these themes.
John Stewart, an important figure in the enaction school (he's an editor of this MIT volume for instance) has a new article in Frontiers that is very interesting. As I'm in broad and enthusiastic agreement with the project of what I think we could call "deep social cognition" -- as opposed to the embedding or extending or modifying of "social cognition" currently in operation in cog sci circles -- I thought I would post some notes here.