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2011 | 19 | 1 | 49-53
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O korygowaniu nawyków spontanicznego ciała (Dewey, Shusterman) / About correcting spontaneous body habits (Dewey, Shusterman)

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Philosophical reflection is largely pervaded by the air of contempt for the body. Even now, for many thinkers, the body appears to be the source of deception, evil and ugliness. Luckily, the philosophical reflection does not exhaust itself in rhetorical disputes and some theorists have not lost sight of the real subject of their investigation.Richard Shusterman, an American neo-pragmatist, and the author of the “somaesthetics”, inspired by the John Dewey’s concept of the ”body-mind”, appreciating the spontaneous nature of the body, warns us, however, not to overestimate it. He draws our attention to the necessity of the reflective control over the somatic automatisms. He emphasizes the need to scrutinize and, if need be, to rectify the somatic habits, now that the contemporary man is drawn ever deeper into the vortex of the digital, virtual worlds.
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19
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1
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49-53
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published
1 - 01 - 2011
online
29 - 12 - 2012
Contributors
  • Akademia Wychowania Fizycznego we Wrocławiu / The University of Physical Education In Wroclaw
References
  • [1] Shusterman R. Świadomość ciała. Dociekania z zakresusomaestetyki. UNIVERSITAS, Kraków 2010, 206.
  • [2] Merlau-Ponty M. Fenomenologia percepcji. Fundacja Aletheia, Warszawa 2001, 184.
  • [3] Shusterman R. O sztuce i życiu. Od poetyki hip-hopudo filozofii somatycznej.Wydawnictwo Atla 2, Wrocław 2007, 105.
  • [4] Koczanowicz D. Doświadczenie sztuki, sztuka życia.Wymiary estetyki pragmatycznej. Wydawnictwo Naukowe DSW, Wrocław 2008, 164.
  • [5] Shusterman R. Świadomość ciała, 96.
  • [6] Shusterman R. O sztuce i życiu, 90-91.
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bwmeta1.element.-psjd-doi-10_2478_v10109-011-0005-7
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