認知と文化における身体性<br>Embodiment in Cognition and Culture (Advances in Consciousness Research)

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認知と文化における身体性
Embodiment in Cognition and Culture (Advances in Consciousness Research)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 328 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9789027252074
  • DDC分類 153

基本説明

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 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, the valuation of laughter and the body in religion, and how embodied cognition revives and extends earlier attempts to develop a philosophical anthropology.

Full Description

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)

Contents

1. Preface; 2. Introduction; 3. Part I: Systems; 4. The physical origins of purposive systems (by Deacon, Terrance); 5. The extensions of man revisited: From primary to tertiary embodiment (by Sonesson, Goran); 6. Part II: Images; 7. Cognitive semantics and image schemas with embodied forces (by Gardenfors, Peter); 8. Feeling embodied in vision: The imagery of self-perception without mirrors (by Clausberg, Karl); 9. Part III: Form; 10. The body of Susanne K. Langer's Mind (by Richter, Cornelia); 11. Is content embodied form? (by Liedman, Sven-Eric); 12. Part IV: Rhythm; 13. Reading with the body: Sound, rhythm, and music in Gertrude Stein (by Steidele, Angela); 14. Work, rhythm, dance: Prerequisites for a kinaesthetics of media and arts (by Meyer-Kalkus, Reinhart); 15. Part V: Therapy; 16. Body, mind and psychosomatic medicine (by Danzer, Gerhard); 17. What does laughter embody? (by Poole, Brian); 18. Part VI: Catharsis; 19. Laughter, catharsis, and the patristic conception of embodied logos (by Westerkamp, Dirk); 20. The Christian body as a grotesque body (by Sigurdson, Ola); 21. Part VII: Symbolization; 22. Radical imagination and symbolic pregnance: A Castoriadis-Cassirer connection (by Rosengren, Mats); 23. Philosophical anthropology and the embodied cognition paradigm: On the convergence of two research programs (by Krois, John Michael); 24. Notes on contributors; 25. Contributors to "Embodiment in cognition and culture"; 26. Name index; 27. Subject index