Special Issue of the Journal of Consciousness Studies
Intentionality of Interaction, a Special Issue of the Journal of Consciousness Studies (JCS) edited by Glenda Satne (CFS) & Andreas Roepstorff, has just been published.
Intentionality in Interaction revisits some of the classical questions found in the original approach to second personal studies, as established in Evan Thompson’s 2001 classic JCS volume, Between Ourselves, and sheds new light on them, evincing the evolving dynamics of such studies over the last decade. The contributions in this volume approach the questions of how persons share intentions, emotions and experiences, how interaction is shaped by and transforms affection, emotion, and cognition, and how such interactions develop over time and provide important insights into the development of human capacities in general, both in normal and in abnormal, or pathological, cases. The volume is loosely based on the International Conference “Enactive and Phenomenological Approaches to Intersubjectivity,” held at the University of Copenhagen in February 2013 as part of the Marie Curie International Training Network TESIS (Towards an Embodied Science of Intersubjectivity).
The table of contents can be seen here.