This is an excellent text I used it when I wrote my Honours Thesis on embodiment Good stuff. ß The Sense of Space (S U N Y Series in Contemporary Continental Philosophy) ß A concise, lovely text V taken with the turn to ethics at the end.
What does it mean to have a sense of space Enveloped as we are in the depths of a world that radiates about us, space s intimacy has nonetheless never ceased to pose problems for our many attempts to give an account of it With David Morris s book in hand however, the many mysteries of space reveal themselves to be far less daunting if not far interesting than we once thought Taking his cue from the problem of depth , Morris sets himself the challenge of developing an account of depth perception that would not fall into the impasses posed by inferential approaches to depth, approaches which construe depth as an inferential projection of two dimensional sense data As Morris notes, such accounts inevitably presuppose the very answer they s Sense Of Space Brings Together Space And Body To Show That Space Is A Plastic Environment, Charged With Meaning, That Reflects The Distinctive Character Of Human Embodiment In The Full Range Of Its Moving, Perceptual, Emotional, Expressive, Developmental, And Social Capacities Drawing On The Philosophies Of Merleau Ponty And Bergson, As Well As Contemporary Psychology To Develop A Renewed Account Of The Moving, Perceiving Body, The Book Suggests That Our [David Morris] Á The Sense of Space (S U N Y Series in Contemporary Continental Philosophy) [brewing PDF] Ebook Epub Download » Sense Of Space Ultimately Reflects Our Ethical Relations To Other People And To The Places We Inhabit
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