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Making the body heard

by David Appelbaum | 01 August 1988
Hardback
Category: Popular Sociology
How do we perceive reality? What role does the body play in the act of perception? Making the Body Heard takes up a neglected aspect of perceiving our surroundings, inner and outer. It shows how perceptual habit has encrusted a receptivity to impressions. It argues that we must relinquish a hold on visual metaphor in favor of the auditory and tactile. Through the development of a new organ of perception, we are able to come into contact with novelty and existence. The study of perception includes an investigation of perceptual dimension and voice.
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How do we perceive reality? What role does the body play in the act of perception? Making the Body Heard takes up a neglected aspect of perceiving our surroundings, inner and outer. It shows how perceptual habit has encrusted a receptivity to impressions. It argues that we must relinquish a hold on visual metaphor in favor of the auditory and tactile. Through the development of a new organ of perception, we are able to come into contact with novelty and existence. The study of perception includes an investigation of perceptual dimension and voice.
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How do we perceive reality? What role does the body play in the act of perception? Making the Body Heard takes up a neglected aspect of perceiving our surroundings, inner and outer. It shows how perceptual habit has encrusted a receptivity to impressions. It argues that we must relinquish a hold on visual metaphor in favor of the auditory and tactile. Through the development of a new organ of perception, we are able to come into contact with novelty and existence. The study of perception includes an investigation of perceptual dimension and voice.

Product Details

Making the body heard

ISBN9780820405551

FormatHardback

Publisher (01 August. 1988)

No. of Pages207

Weight400

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 157 x 250