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somesthetic

(sō′mĕs-thĕt′ĭk)
adj.
Somatosensory.

somesthetic

(sō-mĕs-thĕt′ĭk)
Pert. to sensations and sensory structures of the body.
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There are many more questions here, but post-critical inquiry will quest for a degree of coherence in the triads of (1) ontology, epistemology and methodology whose (2) socio-ecological intersections with a somaesthetics, ethics and politics of environmental designs should not separate off each element of the respective but interrelated triads.
and a defense of the notion of somaesthetic hyletic experience can be found in Gallagher 1986: 141ff.
The somaesthetic image also may be transformed into a more dynamic, kinesthetic form, and the experient will have the impression of being able to move in the imaginal out-of-body environment.
Clearly the distinction between self-directed and other-directed somaesthetics cannot be floppy, since many practices belong to both" (Shusterman, p.
It seems, he proposes somaesthetics as an (interdisciplinary) area of knowledge that is not just a branch of "aesthetics", but might promote aesthetic practices, properly understood and exercised.
Specific essays pursue the idea of emotion, the therapeutic function of art, the limits of fallibilism, paradoxes of super-human self-styling, somaesthetics and democracy, and corporeal values.
54) Richard Shusterman, Body Consciousness: A Philosophy of Mindfulness and Somaesthetics (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008).
This special issue includes seven essays exploring Shusterman's work in somaesthetics and body consciousness.
She turns to the recent work of Richard Shusterman on somaesthetics for a more fully elaborated idea of what such caring for the self might look like, but still she does not find sufficiently concrete discussion.
The engaged vantage point necessary for your concept of somaesthetics rather contests his doped-up escape.
Somaesthetics and Care of the Self: The Case of Foucault, RICHARD SHUSTERMAN