Toward an embodiment-disembodiment taxonomy

@article{Stocker2012TowardAE,
  title={Toward an embodiment-disembodiment taxonomy},
  author={Kurt Stocker},
  journal={Cognitive Processing},
  year={2012},
  volume={13},
  pages={347-350}
}
Psychological, neuroscientific, and linguistic evidence suggests that a mental scene is in principle cognized with a mental gaze that can take on one of three forms: embodied physical gaze, embodied mental gaze, or disembodied mental gaze. Combinations of these forms also occur. A first sketch of the embodiment-disembodiment taxonomy that emerges from this threefold distinction is presented.