Monthly Archives: February 2014

Still outside the head

Here’s an easy question: What is thought? This follows on from an earlier blog-post but since then I’ve finished reading Lawrence Shapiro’s survey of ‘Embodied Cognition’ and its relationship to conventional cognitive studies. (Shapiro’s book is great: balanced, thoughtful, clearly … Continue reading

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Sure, it’s about dementia research stupid, but don’t forget about wellbeing.

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6th Annual Conference in collaboration with University of Nottingham’s Sensory Studies Network ‘Home Atmospheres: Sensing & Feeling at Home’

Originally posted on HISTORIES OF HOME SSN:
The Histories of Home Subject Specialist Network (SSN) in collaboration with the University of Nottingham is hosting its sixth annual conference Home Atmospheres: Sensing & Feeling at Home, to be held at the…

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