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bodily movement

Movement of a tooth by natural or orthodontic forces so that the crown and root maintain their same vertical axis.
See: rotational movement; tipping movement
See also: movement
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We will follow the French philosopher Maurice Merleau-Ponty, who in his Phenomenology of Perception points at how we can only understand spatiality through our own bodily movements in space (Merleau-Ponty, Phenomenology of Perception 162; Hopsch, Rytmens Estetik 21).
It would not be proper then to say that he did something; rather it would be more adequate to say under event-view that something occurred in his mind, and as an effect something occurred in the form of bodily movements in the outside world.
bodily movement from the contraction of skeletal muscles resulting in increased energy expenditure) [5].
The most acceptable language is to say that an act means a willed bodily movement .
It's as though Forsythe is determined to chart every possible variation of bodily movement.
Ten papers specifically discuss: a neuroanthropological perspective on embodied learning; auscultation and the transmission of auditory knowledge; skilful learning and Kazakh women's everyday craft practices in western Mongolia; notation and knowledge-making among Central Slovak lace-makers; embodied cognition and communication among British fine woodworkers; the relations between the experience of weather, bodily movement, and the formation of knowledge; East Javanese conceptions of the person; embodied learning and the weaving of mats on hand looms in South India; and knowledge and ignorance as mutually constitutive within social and political relations.
These included impaired task performance, preference for an easier task, local focus of attention, bodily movement away from the stimulus, right prefrontal cortical activity, and so forth (see also Mehta & Zhu, 2009).
And when bodily movement is sought, it must be initiated by numerous signals from the brain.
Their collective gestural performative mimesis that reached the point of "contagion" was both an unrestrained celebration of human bodily movement and a mockery deriving from what Darwinism and French culture allowed them to perceive as their developmental superiority.
In her chapter "The Orient and the Others," Ahmed makes connections between the hetero-normalizing of bodily movement as well as social space and the orientation of whiteness and the racialization of bodily and spatial orientations.
When you exercise, bodily movement vigorous enough to produce muscle soreness is causing structural damage to the contracting muscle fibers and their surrounding membranes.