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States that consciousness emerges from, and impacts on, our skilled interactions with the natural and social context. This title discusses how phenomenal consciousness and subjective selfhood are grounded on natural and social interactions, and what role brain activity plays in these phenomena.
Moving Ourselves, Moving Others: Motion and emotion in intersubjectivity, consciousness and language
The close relationship between motion bodily movement and emotion feelings is not an etymological coincidence. While moving ourselves, we move others; in observing others move - we are moved ourselves. This book elaborates a dynamical view of emotion, along with an affect-laden view of motion.
By Jan Pedersen
In most subtitling countries, those lines at the bottom of the screen are the most read medium of all, for which reason they deserve all the academic attention they can get. This monograph represents a large-scale attempt to provide such attention, by exploring the norms of subtitling for television.
Focuses on the role of implicit non-conscious memories in processing sensory information. This title examines memories both in relatively simple situations, such as perceiving auditory and visual objects, as well as in high-level cognitive functions, such as speech and music perception and aesthetic experience.
By John Edwards
Features papers that serve to reinforce from many different perspectives the argument that achieving quality in interpreting must be a shared responsibility with the many actors and institutions interpreters work amongst. This title offers a map to see the extent to which this awareness is - even if unevenly -...
Intends to foreground practices and discourses of 'translation' in several non-Western traditions. This book helps push back the geographical and conceptual boundaries of the discipline. It focuses on the multiple contexts of translation in India and encompasses translation in Korea, Japan and South Africa.
Panpsychism is the view that all things, living and nonliving, possess some mind like quality. It stands in sharp contrast to the traditional notion of mind as the property of humans and perhaps a few select `higher animals'. Though surprising at first glance, panpsychism has a long and noble history...