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Navigating the intentional world: stories, viewpoints, and social cognition

Navigating the intentional world: stories, viewpoints, and social cognition

Welcome to HDC

The History of Distributed Cognition Project marks an intervention in both modern and historical notions of cognition. Recent research in philosophy of mind and cognitive science calls for a reappraisal of historical concepts of cognition due to the increasing evidence that cognition is distributed across brain, body and world.

Seminars

Emotions in the Body and World

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Prof Giovanna Colombetti
University of Exeter

Profiles

Dr Adam Lively

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Writer/Visiting Lecturer
Morley College, London

Adam Lively recently completed his PhD at Royal Holloway College, University of London. His thesis, “Mediation and Dynamics in the Experience of Narrative Fiction”, proposes a new theoretical framework for the analysis of literary fiction, drawing on phenomenology, semiotics and “second generation” cognitive science.

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