NOË, Alva. Experience and experiment in art. Journal of Consciousness Studies, v.7, n.8–9, p.123–35, 2000.
- The central thought of this paper is that art can make a needed contribution to the study of perceptual consciousness. 874 more words
The ecological approach to perception & action
Prof. Harry Heft, Psychology, Denison University
Presentation at the Enaction School conference series in 2010 at Mary Immaculate College, Ireland. 597 more words
How does the study of evolution, coordination dynamics, sports, social interactions, and aesthetics help us understand movement and life? In this roundtable, we will explore: movement and objects as distinctively different “things” to study; coordination dynamics and intrinsic dynamics and tendencies; kinesthesia; the evolution of social coordination; how, in the living company of others, we are both challenged and supported; and the value of nurturing and pursuing a moving life with all its risks and challenges. 79 more words
SHEETS-JOHNSTONE, Maxine. Animation: the fundamental, essential, and properly descriptive concept. Continental Philosophy Review, v.42, n.3, p.375-400, 2009.
“SLA history is not 2,000 years old but almost as old as human history and that throughout this long period, people have acquired rather than learned L2s, considering the rather short history of linguistic sciences.” 1,522 more words
BARANDIARAN, Xabier. DI PAOLO, Ezequiel. & ROHDE, Marieke. Defining Agency. individuality, normativity, asymmetry and spatio-temporality in action. Journal of Adaptive Behavior, (Special Issue on Agency), v.10, p.1-13, 2009. 3,572 more words