Friday November 21st, 2014, 7:01 pm (EST)

Michael Steinberg

The Fiction of a Thinkable World

The Fiction of a Thinkable World

Body, Meaning, and the Culture of Capitalism

In the culture of the modern West, we see ourselves as thinking subjects, defined by our conscious thought, autonomous and separate from each other and the world we survey. Current research in neurology and cognitive science shows that this picture is false. We think with our bodies, and in interaction with others, and our thought is never completed. The Fiction of a Thinkable World is a wide-ranging exploration of the meaning of this insight for our understanding of history, ethics, and politics.… | more |

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