Finding perspective: Determining the embodiment of perspectival experience

Perspective is a basic structural feature of spatial perception: we perceive the world not only with our bodies, but also from our bodies. The Finding Perspective project is built around two central hypotheses about the relation between perspectival experience and bodily experience: (1) that perspectival experience is embodied insofar as bodily experience and perspectival experience are mutually influential; and (2) that both bodilyand perspectival experiential phenomena are richly differentiated, such that different forms of each structure one another in a variety of ways.

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