The Primacy of Movement

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Through diligent and rigorous attention to both natural history and phenomenological accounts of kinetic phenomena, particularly the phenomenon of self-movement, this richly interdisciplinary book brings to the fore the long-neglected topic of animate form and with it, a long-neglected inquiry into the significance of animation. It addresses methodological and foundational issues at length. In its detailed and extensive examinations and analyses of movement — which range from Aristotle’s recognition of motion as the principle of nature to a critique of the common notion of movement as change of position, from critiques of present-day materialists’ trivializations of movement as mere output to kinesthetically-tethered accounts of the qualia of movement, from expositions of an evolutionary semantics and of the tactile-kinesthetic body as generative source of corporeal concepts to expositions of thinking in movement and of the pan-human phenomenon of learning to move oneself — this book lays out in ground-breaking ways fundamental epistemological and metaphysical dimensions of animate life. (Series A)
[Advances in Consciousness Research, 14]  1999.  xxxiv, 583 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgments
xiii
Introduction
xv
Notes
xxxiii
Section I: Foundations
1
1. Neandertals
3
2. Part I Consciousness: A Natural History
41
2. Part II Consciousness: An Aristotelian Account
89
3. The Primacy of Movement
131
Section II: Methodology
177
4. Husserl and Von Hemholtz — and the Possibility of a Trans-Disciplinary Communal Task
179
5. On Learning to Move Oneself: A Constructive Phenomenology
223
6. Merleau-Ponty: A Man in Search of a Method
273
7. Does Philosophy Begin (and End) in Wonder? or What Is the Nature of a Philosophic Act? A Methodological Postscript
321
Section III: Applications
343
8. On the Significance of Animate Form
345
9. Human Speech Perception and an Evolutionary Semantics
371
10. Why a Mind Is Not a Brain and a Brain Is Not a Body
401
11. What Is It Like to Be a Brain?
451
12. Thinking in Movement
483
References
519
Index of Subjects
549
Index of Names
577
“The Primacy of Movement is a thought provoking book that is highly recommended to anybody interested in "the corporeal turn." It contains a whole range of fascinating analyses of bodily movement. One of its great strenghts is Sheets-Johnstone's familiarity with natural science. In her exploration of the body, Sheets-Johnstone has certainly not remained in the armchair and she provides the reader with intriguing information, much of which should be novel to the average phenomenologist. By arguing to the current discussion concerning the possibility of reconciling phenomenology and the project of naturalization.”
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