Can Another Body Be Seen as an Extension of Your Own?

Luisa  Reyes
Mind Map by , created almost 4 years ago

Articulo de como las personas se conectan

Luisa  Reyes
Created by Luisa Reyes almost 4 years ago
Basic Verbs
study guide
Conceptos Generales De Robótica
fede ramos
hip hop
Proyecto transversal
Roberto Ramirez
Verbs in Participle
Edgar Fabián Art
Can Another Body Be Seen as an Extension of Your Own?
1 The relationship between a person’s notion of self-hood and the openness of their body schema to another human being hints that perhaps it’s no coincidence that tango, which takes entanglement to sublime heights, originated in a culture that orients toward interdependence.
2 “speak in awe of the way that individuality dissolves into a meditative unity for the three minutes that the dance lasts. Time and space give way to a unique moment of presence, of flow within and between partners.”
3 In this article some people have the interest to investigate how two different people can make a magnificent conection to create a dance.
4 They look how this people are connected and how their minds are conected being two different people.
5 And look how they can be only one.
6 At the heart of the puzzle is the notion of a body schema—a mental representation of the physical self that allows us to navigate through space without smashing into things.
7 Tests show that participants extended their body schemas to incorporate a partner’s body part when it had been involved in a jointly coordinated activity.

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