In Spring 2005, I participated in a Directed Independent Reading with Mitch Nathan and three Math Education doctoral students, through the Educational Psychology department. It should have come as no surprise then that "embodiment" is seen from the lens of cognitive science. But I had a problem with that. I see it as being much more body-oriented, and less brain-oriented. This first presentation is therefore only semi-serious, using huge genrealizations to (hopefully) make my point that there's more to embodiment than the mind. I take a lot from Hayles.
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A short presentation of some of the goals and obstacles in my quest to understand "embodiment" in a way that will be useful to me.