Philosophy in the flesh : the embodied mind and its challenge to Western thought

@inproceedings{Lakoff1999PhilosophyIT,
  title={Philosophy in the flesh : the embodied mind and its challenge to Western thought},
  author={George Lakoff and Mark L. Johnson},
  year={1999}
}
* Introduction: Who Are We? How The Embodied Mind Challenges The Western Philosophical Tradition * The Cognitive Unconscious * The Embodied Mind * Primary Metaphor and Subjective Experience * The Anatomy of Complex Metaphor * Embodied Realism: Cognitive Science Versus A Priori Philosophy * Realism and Truth * Metaphor and Truth The Cognitive Science Of Basic Philosophical Ideas * The Cognitive Science of Philosophical Ideas * Time * Events and Causes * The Mind * The Self * Morality The… 

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