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transmuted into a live woman's body displacing the air with its kinaesthesis as she move[s] through the space'.
In her concern with movement, kinaesthesis and proprioception as the basis for consciousness, and in her desire to describe the experiential aspects of organismic activity, Sheets-Johnstone calls to mind Margaret Floy Washburn (1908, 1916), an author unfortunately unrepresented in this book.
While Sheets-Johnstone finds Husseri's phenomenology to take significant account of kinaesthesis and Merleau-Ponty's to ignore its significance, others espouse the opposite view (Gallagher, 1995).
Kinaesthesis, self-knowledge and knowledge of other minds
As experience kinaesthesis (concept mediation ungranted) is trivial, with no sensible place.