Body and Movement : Basic Dynamic Principles

@inproceedings{SheetsJohnstone2015BodyAM,
  title={Body and Movement : Basic Dynamic Principles},
  author={Maxine Sheets-Johnstone},
  year={2015}
}
Embodiment is to the body as enaction is to movement. In each instance, the primary term of the analogy attempts to embrace an animate reality in a way compatible with the science or strand of philosophy being practiced. In each instance, however, the primary term is uncongenial to the basic reality it aims to capture and describe. The lack of fit is indirectly but substantively attested to by indices of books on embodiment and enaction: either no entry exists for the tactile-kinesthetic… CONTINUE READING

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