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Aesthetics and the embodied mind : beyond art theory and the Cartesian mind-body dichotomy

Author: Alfonsina Scarinzi
Publisher: Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, [2015]
Series: Contributions to phenomenology, 73.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The project of naturalizing human consciousness/experience has made great technical strides (e.g., in mapping areas of brain activity), but has been hampered in many cases by its uncritical reliance on a dualistic ℓ́ℓCartesianℓ́ℓ paradigm (though as some of the authors in the collection point out, assumptions drawn from Plato and from Kant also play a role). The present volume proposes a version of naturalism in  Read more...
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Aesthetics and the embodied mind.
Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, [2015]
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Alfonsina Scarinzi
ISBN: 9789401793797 9401793794
OCLC Number: 897115903
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: Chapter 1 Introduction to a Non-classical View of Meaning-making and Human Cognition: Meaning-making as a Socially Distributed and Embodied Practice --
Part I Embodied Aesthetics: The Anti-Cartesian View and Aesthetics of Life --
Chapter 2 The Aesthetics of Embodied Life --
Chapter 3 Dewey?s Aesthetics of Body-Mind Functioning --
Chapter 4 Corpo-real Cognition: Pragmatist Aesthetics in William James --
Chapter 5 Ecological Embodiment, Tragic Consciousness, and the Aesthetics of Possibility: Creating an Art of Living --
Chapter 6 Emotionally Charged Experience --
Part II Neuroscience, Aesthetics and the Embodied Mind --
Chapter 7 Embodied Aesthetics : Insight from Cognitive Neuroscience of Performing Arts --
Chapter 8 The Aesthetic Stance? On the Conditions and Consequences of Becoming a Beholder --
Part III Art Beyond Art Theory and the Cartesian Mind-Body Dichotomy --
Chapter 9 The Last?Touch? Turns the Artist into a User: The Body, The Mind and The Social Aspect of Art --
Chapter 10 Art that Moves: Exploring the Embodied Basis of Art Representation, Production, and Evaluation --
Chapter 11 The Experience of Literariness: Affective and Narrative Aspects --
Chapter 12 A Qualitative Study of Aesthetic Reflection as Embodied Interpretation --
Part IV Radicalizing the Anti-Cartesian View: Enactivism in Aesthetics --
Chapter 13 Enactive Aesthetics: Philosophical Reflections on Artful Minds --
Chapter 14 Neuroaesthetics as an Enactive Enterprise --
Chapter 15 Aesthetics as an Emotional Activity That Facilitates Sense-making: Towards an Enactive Approach in Aesthetic Experience --
Chapter 16 Enactive Literariness and Aesthetic Experience: from Mental Schemata to Anti-representationalism --
Part V Creating with and for the Embodied Mind --
Chapter 17 Creativity in Digital Fine Art --
Chapter 18 Autopoietic Aesthetics as a Lens for Interactive Art --
Chapter 19 No Neuron Is an Island: a Neuroaesthetic Inquiry into Omer Fast?s Mimetic Interactions.
Series Title: Contributions to phenomenology, 73.
Responsibility: Alfonsina Scarinzi, editor.

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