|aBody, language, and mind /|cedited by Tom Ziemke, Jordan Zlatev, Roslyn M. Frank.
|aBerlin :|bMouton de Gruyter,|cc2007.
|av. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aCognitive linguistics research ;|v35.1
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|av. 1. Embodiment -- v. 2. Sociocultural situatedness.
|a[v. 1] We are live creatures / Mark Johnson and Tim Rohrer -- Bringing the body back to life / Alan Costall -- From the meaning of embodiment to the embodiment of meaning / Goran Sonesson -- Embodiment and social interaction / Jessica Lindblom and Tom Ziemke -- Representing actions and functional properties in conceptual spaces / Peter Gardenfors -- From pre-representational cognition to language / Takashi Ikegami and Jordan Zlatev -- Making sense of embodied cognition / Henrik Svensson, Jessica Lindblom and Tom Ziemke -- Phenomenological and experimental contributions to understanding embodied experience / Shaun Gallagher -- Embodiment, language and mimesis / Jordan Zlatev -- The body in space / Tim Rohrer -- On the biosemiotics of embodiment and our human cyborg nature / Claus Emmeche -- Embodiment and self-organization of human categories / Luc Steels and Bart de Boer -- Communication as situated, embodied practice / Wolff-Michael Roth.