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of or relating to the human body

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affecting or characteristic of the body as opposed to the mind or spirit

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This redesign of education recognised and respected children's capacities of affectively, as well as cognitively and physically, actively interacting and engaging their sensorium (Stoller, 1989) so as to somatically understand, identify with, emotionally reveal, problem-solve, deliberate about and explain the underlying conditions of their lived experiences of the environment they 'inhabited' as these local, social and cultural conditions were being shaped environmentally or ecologically by changes they felt to their immediately temporal and spatially proximal place (sic).
We can afford students opportunities through all grades to somatically experience the natural world around them and, thus, support their development of emotional connections and knowledge of their local natural contexts (Judson, 2010, 2014).
27) For Blasing, language encodes a 'lived history of somatically mastering the mechanisms of the linguistic code', an 'inhuman code' that subjects the linguistic subject to forms of 'rationality' and 'irrationality' belonging to language.
2012) The phenotype of a germline mutation in PIGA: the gene somatically mutated in paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria.
Native Hawaiians or Pacific Islanders) shapes emotional distress to present somatically (Sanchez, Chapa, Ybarra, & Martinez, 2012).
The central research question of this study asked whether an individual who is somatically aware and is able to correctly attribute his/her symptoms to stroke will seek care within 4.
ARID1A, which encodes the BAF250A tumor suppressor, is somatically mutated in 40% of low-grade endometrioid endometrial carcinomas [reviewed in (24)].
Somatically immersed in water in her own bathtub, she plays out the role of Ophelia's madness and drowning in her imagination.
16) The revenant can be linked to the premarital bride, 'dangerous due to her indefinite state', and therefore in need of fixing to defuse the threat, 'the fear of the somatically contagious and semiotically indeterminate revenant provokes a desire to neutralise the corpse', to 'kill' it or 'fix' it.
The effects of violence in a state oscillate between the individual and the collective and are unconsciously as well as somatically significant.
These incidents were events that caused bodies to move in unexpected ways, to react somatically to situations such that the reaction itself became an object of interest.
This utopian text might be more properly labeled dystopian precisely because Anna had to first somatically deteriorate in order to have access to this female language that allows her to finally express what she wants to say.
Like flow, Dewey's theory of "qualitative thought" describes a gestalt experience in which the individual is somatically permeated with the quality of that experience; before critical assessment takes over, one is uncritically and physically engaged.