GHOSTS OF A HOME

The tiny, L-shaped room my father had once used as his office was even dustier than the basement.  It was a room of ghosts.  One layer of dust after another had settled on the contents: The bowling and baseball trophies.  The framed photo of me at age six in my pink trench coat wearing my […]

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EMBODIMENT

    “This view of human embodiment put forward by Husserl and developed by Merleau-Ponty sees the body as an intelligent, planning, and goal-oriented entity. ¬†The body is not a passive material structure waiting for mental commands, but is actively engaged in meaningful intelligent interaction with the environment. ¬†Through its directedness the body executes actions […]

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