By Frances E. Mascia-Lees
A significant other to the Anthropology of the physique and Embodiment bargains unique essays that research historic and modern techniques to conceptualizations of the body.
- In this ground-breaking paintings at the physique and embodiment, the most recent scholarship from anthropology and comparable social technological know-how fields is gifted, offering new insights on physique politics and the adventure of the body
- Original chapters conceal ancient and modern ways and spotlight new examine frameworks
- Reflects the expanding value of embodiment and its ethnographic contexts inside of anthropology
- Highlights the expanding emphasis on reading the creation of medical, technological, and clinical services in learning our bodies and embodiment
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What role does beauty – its creation, presence, and assessment – play in the fabric of their experiences of everyday life? As a larger research agenda, focusing on different dimensions of “aesthetic embodiment” should reveal significant insights about how the aesthetic constitutes a lived world. E. Valentine Daniel’s 1994 comparison of beauty and pain as aesthetic experiences in “The Individual in Terror” is particularly instructive. Focusing specifically on the relationship of beauty and pain to language, he argues that both are “concerned with the sensory ...
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