What we actually see is only one face of an object, determined by the axis of our embodied orientation as it is directed towards the object. When we label the object found at the end of our gaze, we do so with an assumption of what would be given from all other views and angles […]Read more "Thoughts from Mearlu-Ponty’s “Experience and Objective Thought”, pp. 67-9 in Phenomenology of Perception"
I think it is weird to assume that there is a separate “I” who watches its body as it lingers in space. What is the body, and why is it selfless? Why is the “I” separate? That is relying on a traditional model of dualism that I think is unnecessary. I think that there is […]Read more "Consciousness as a Dynamical System and Being-in-the-world."