Tuesday, October 22, 2013
Psychology Today gets inspired by extended minds.
We take our inspiration from the German philosopher Heidegger who emphasized being-in-the-world over traditional views of humans as disembodied. Rather than dismissing Heidegger as obscurantist and antagonistic to science and technology, we have shown the benefits of applying his ideas to develop insights about breathing-in-the-world.
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