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Mind and motion

G. J. Romanes

Mind and motion

and, Monism.

by G. J. Romanes

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Published by Longmans, Green in London .
Written in English


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In Mind in Motion, psychologist Barbara Tversky shows that spatial cognition isn't just a peripheral aspect of thought, but its very foundation, enabling us to draw meaning from our bodies and their actions in the world. Our actions in real space get turned into mental actions on thought, often spouting spontaneously from our bodies as gestures. Mind as Motion provides a conceptual and historical overview of the dynamical approach, a tutorial introduction to dynamics for cognitive scientists, and a glossary covering the most frequently used terms. Each chapter includes an introduction by the editors, outlining its main ideas and placing it in context, and a guide to further reading.

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"In this engrossing new book, Tversky shows how motion, actions, and bodies are fundamental to the way we think. The mind extends from the brain and body to the world and environment, building upon how we perceive and manipulate our bodies and the objects around us.

Truly engaging. Truly important." ―/5(16). Mind and Motion: The Bidirectional Link between Thought a and millions of other books are available for Amazon Kindle.

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Romanes' keen and versatile : George John Romanes. Mind in Motion by Barbara Tversky Books that deeply explore how we think are intriguing and in this book Barbara Tversky explains how spatial thought (about our actions and place in space) is the basis for abstract thought and precedes and influences our use of language/5(22).

"In this engrossing new book, Tversky shows how motion, actions, and bodies are fundamental to the way we think. The mind extends from the brain and body to the world and environment, building upon how we perceive and manipulate our bodies and the objects around us. Truly engaging. Truly important." ―/5(9).

The author has enjoyed a distinguished career as a cognitive psychologist specializing in visual-spatial reasoning, and this is her first book for a general audience. She summarizes her life’s work with an admirable absence of turgid academic prose and technical jargon, although it Mind and motion book a somewhat arcane : Barbara Tversky.

Mind as Motion provides a conceptual and historical overview of the dynamical approach, a tutorial introduction to dynamics for cognitive scientists, and a glossary covering the most frequently used terms. Each chapter includes an introduction by the editors, outlining its main ideas and placing it in context.

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The book concludes with a glossary and an integrated index. Each chapter has its own bibliography. Most cognitive scientists are more comfortable with discrete mathematics than with the analysis and topology that form the basis of dynamical systems theory, and may find some of the presentation a bit daunting.

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The latest version of this proposition comes from Barbara Tversky, a professor emerita of psychology at Stanford University who also teaches at Columbia. Her new book, “Mind in Motion: How Action Shapes Thought,” is an extended argument for the interplay of mind and body in enabling cognition.

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