The Perceived Self : Ecological and Interpersonal Sources of Self-Knowledge (Emory Symposia in Cognition)

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The Perceived Self : Ecological and Interpersonal Sources of Self-Knowledge (Emory Symposia in Cognition)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 384 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780521415095
  • DDC分類 155.2

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This book brings different ideas to bear on the classical problem of the self. Self-perception, both ecological and social, is the earliest and most fundamental form of self-knowledge. In his introduction, Ulric Neisser describes the 'ecological self' as based on direct and realistic perception of one's situation in the environment; the 'interpersonal self' as established by social interaction with other people. He argues that both of these 'selves' appear in early infancy, long before anything like a self-concept or a self-narrative is possible. In subsequent chapters, fifteen contributors - psychologists, philosophers and others - elaborate on these notions and introduce related ideas of their own. Their topics range from the perceptual and social development of infants to autism and blindness; from mechanisms of motor control to dance and non-verbal communication. The combined contributions of these leading individuals creates an unusual synthesis of perceptual, social and developmental theory.

Table of Contents

1. The self perceived Ulrich Neisser
2. The ontogenesis of the perceived self
Eleanor J. Gibson
3. Body-environment coupling David N. Lee
4. A theory of representation-driven actions
Marc Jeannerod
5. The ecological self in historical context
Franklin C. Shontz
6. Agency, freedom and self-knowledge in dance
Sondra Horton Fraleigh
7. The primacy of the ecological self Marjorie
8. The self born in intersubjectivity: the
psychology of an infant communicating Colwyn
9. On the interpersonal origins of self-concept
Michael Tomasello
10. Infant's knowledge of self, other, and
relationship Sandra Pipp
11. The role of feelings for an interpersonal
self Daniel Stern
12. Spontaneous communication and foundation of
the interpersonal self Ross Buck
13. Autism, affordances and the self Katherine
14. Through feeling and sight to self and
symbol Peter Hobson
15. G. H. Mead and Martin Buber on the
interpersonal self James Gustafson
16. Interpersonal and intersubjective
relations: the philosophy of dialogue and the
egocentric predicament David Jopling.