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Ellen K. NW, Washington, DC ; efeder american. It instead is that many attempts to rectify centuries of deprecation and misunderstanding of the body often unwittingly perpetuate what they intended to change by asso- ciating bodies with nature, and consciousness with culture, and then viewing the pairs as sharply opposed.
Even some of the terms used to discuss corporeality are part of this problem. For feminists in particular, the body additionally is problematic because it is a one-size-fits-all term whose false neu- trality implies that bodies are nongendered, asexual, and raceless, and obscures the fact that male, heterosexual, white bodies often are taken as paradigmatic.
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Perspectives on Embodiment does this by means of a diverse set of essays that are divided into three parts. Mark L. For Johnson, the mind is literally embodied, in that the structures of mental concepts are generated out of bodily behavior and comportment. Like Johnson, Hubert L. Dreyfus and Stuart E. Dreyfus address the intersections of philosophy and cogni- tive science. John T. Thomas J. Thomas F.
The volume probably would work best as second- ary material in support of primary materials on phenomenology, psychoanalysis, philosophical approaches to the human sciences, and so on.
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Haber, to whom Perspectives in Embodiment is dedicated, intended to write on the politics of cross-dressing for the volume but was weakened by cancer before she could do so. The result is a collection of which she would have been proud. These discoveries are that i the mind is inherently embodied, ii thought is mostly unconscious, and iii abstract concepts are largely metaphorical. Related Papers. By Dermot Moran.