Table of Contents – JCS Vol. 25, No. 7-8, July/August 2018

Journal of Consciousness Studies

controversies in science & the humanities

The Formation of Embodied Memory

Special Issue edited by
Christian Tewes & Thomas Fuchs

4 About Authors

8 Editorial Introduction: The Formation of Body Memory Christian Tewes & Thomas Fuchs

I. Temporal Characteristics of
Embodied Memory Capacities

20 A Dynamical Approach to the Phenomenology of Body Memory Tom Froese & Eduardo J. Izquierdo

47 The Cyclical Time of the Body & its Relation to Linear Time Thomas Fuchs

66 A Grammar for the Mind: Time Embodied & Disembodied Boris Kotchoubey

89 On the Transformation of the Time-Drenched Body Elizabeth A. Behnke

II. Habitual Body, Social Memories,
& Material Culture

112 An Integrative Understanding of Habit to Explore its Neural Correlates Javier Bernacer

135 The Habitual Body & its Role in Collective Memory Formation Christian Tewes

158 How the Body Remembers its Skills: Memory & Material Engagement Lambros Malafouris & Maria Danae Koukouti

181 Body Memory as a Form of Social Memory Gerd Sebald

III. Vital Memories, Embodied Selfhood,
and the Moving Cycle

200 Embodiment & Place in Autobiographical Remembering Steven D. Brown & Paula Reavey

225 Dementia, Embodied Memories, & the Self Lars-Christer Hydén

242 Working with Embodied Memory Christine Caldwell & Sabine C. Koch

Conference Report

256 Still Searching for ‘Facts’, ‘Truth’, & ‘Enlightenment’ at Tucson 2018: Even Now that Consciousness is a Science Bill Faw

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