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Susan Stuart

by sur février 1, 2012

Mercredi 8 février , à 17h  nous accueillons Susan Stuart (attention au changement de jour!)

Pour préparer la séance:

Stuart, S. (2010) : Enkinaesthesia, Biosemiotics and the Ethiosphere, (2010) book chapter in Signifying Bodies: Biosemiosis, Interaction and Health, pp.305-30.

Stuart, S. (2011) : Enkinaesthesia: the fundamental challenge for machine consciousness, International Journal of Machine Consciousness, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 145-62

Using Enkinaesthesia to elaborate a notion of Anticipatory Affect within a Temporally Recursive Dynamics

Susan Stuart

(University of Glasgow, UK)

RÉSUMÉ: I will begin by developing a notion of lived experience which is characterised by sensations of a necessarily relational being-with other organisms and things in the world. I will argue that these sensations constitute the richly dynamic affective somato-sensory dialogue of the organism with its world. Moreover, this affective dialogue, the reciprocity and community between and within all organisms, persons and things, can be described most effectively as enkinaesthetic. Enkinaesthesia, I will maintain, is the original experience, intentionally saturated, with an anticipatory affective dynamics that enables the anticipation of the intentional trajectory of the Other. Yet, more importantly for this presentation, it enables the experientially recursive interrogation of our world. I will argue that it is the recursivity of this perpetual enkinaesthetic inquiry that typifies the temporal nature of our experience.

Références :

Stuart, S. (2012) Privileging Exploratory Hands: prehension, apprehension, comprehension,In: Radman, Z. (ed.) The Hand, MIT Press

Stuart, S. (2012) Enkinaesthesia: the essential sensuous background for co-agency,In: Radman, Z. (ed.) The Background: Knowing Without Thinking, Palgrave Macmillan

Stuart, S. (2011) Enkinaesthesia: the fundamental challenge for machine consciousness, International Journal of Machine Consciousness, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 145-62

Stuart, S. (2010) Enkinaesthesia, Biosemiotics and the Ethiosphere,book chapter in Signifying Bodies: Biosemiosis, Interaction and Health, pp.305-30

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