Embodiment in Cognition and Culture

Editors
| Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
| Göteborg University
| Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
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This volume shows that the notions of embodied or situated cognition, which have transformed the scientific study of intelligence have the potential to reorient cultural studies as well. The essays adapt and amplify embodied cognition in such different fields as art history, literature, history of science, religious studies, philosophy, biology, and cognitive science. The topics include the biological genesis of teleology, the dependence of meaning in signs upon biological embodiment, the notion of image schema and the concept of force in cognitive semantics, pictorial self-portraiture as a means to study self-perception, the difference between reading aloud and silent reading as a way to make sense of literary texts, intermodal (kinesthetic) understanding of art, psychosomatic medicine, laughter as a medical and ethical phenomenon, the valuation of laughter and the body in religion, and how embodied cognition revives and extends earlier attempts to develop a philosophical anthropology. (Series A)
[Advances in Consciousness Research, 71]  2007.  xxii, 304 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Preface
xi
Introduction
xiii–xxii
Part I: Systems
The physical origins of purposive systems
Terrance Deacon and Jeremy Sherman
3–25
The extensions of man revisited: From primary to tertiary embodiment
Göran Sonesson
27–53
Part II: Images
Cognitive semantics and image schemas with embodied forces
Peter Gärdenfors
57–76
Feeling embodied in vision: The imagery of self-perception without mirrors
Karl Clausberg
77–103
Part III: Form
The body of Susanne K. Langer's Mind
Cornelia Richter
107–125
Is content embodied form?
Sven-Eric Liedman
127–140
Part IV: Rhythm
Reading with the body: Sound, rhythm, and music in Gertrude Stein
Angela Steidele
143–163
Work, rhythm, dance: Prerequisites for a kinaesthetics of media and arts
Reinhart Meyer-Kalkus
165–181
Part V: Therapy
Body, mind and psychosomatic medicine
Gerhard Danzer
185–193
What does laughter embody?
Brian Poole
195–218
Part VI: Catharsis
Laughter, catharsis, and the patristic conception of embodied logos
Dirk Westerkamp
221–242
The Christian body as a grotesque body
Ola Sigurdson
243–258
Part VII: Symbolization
Radical imagination and symbolic pregnance: A Castoriadis-Cassirer connection
Mats Rosengren
261–272
Philosophical anthropology and the embodied cognition paradigm: On the convergence of two research programs
John Michael Krois
273–289
Notes on contributors
291–292
Contributors to "Embodiment in cognition and culture"
293–296
Name index
297–299
Subject index
301–304
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Subjects

Consciousness Research

Consciousness research

Philosophy

Philosophy
BIC Subject: JMT – States of consciousness
BISAC Subject: PHI015000 – PHILOSOPHY / Mind & Body
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2007016259 | Marc record