Mind-Body: A Pluralistic Interpretation of Mind-Body Interaction under the Guidelines of Time, Space, and Movement

Synopsis

This innovative work takes a new approach to a fundamental dilemma of physiology, psychology, and philosophy: the subjectively perceived split between body and mind. Examining the subjective and objective aspects of movement and their relationship to our perception of mind-body separation, the author takes issue with conventional philosophical views on human duality and develops an integrative theory of interaction that suggests a basis for genuine mind-body harmony.

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  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1991
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