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photography and film – facts, ideas, values

Interoception



Interoception – sensitivity to stimuli originating inside of the body

Also called visceral sensory psychobiology

Flesh Made Soul
Can a new theory in neuroscience explain spiritual experience to a non-believer?

By Sandra Blakeslee     March 1, 2008

Extract from Chapter 10 of The Body Has a Mind of Its Own, by Sandra and Matthew Blakeslee

A Google Book abstract : The Absent Body by Drew Leder.

This pdf of an academic paper, Interoception – the inside story has basic facts buried in it such as when the word interception was first used.

Interoception and Comfort by Len Ochs.



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Visual illusions II



While looking up some links to accompany the first visual illusions post, this 2002 article from Commonplace.org on the historical interest in visual illusions popped up too: Pleasing Deceptions by Wendy Bellion.

Commonplace is a interesting website . Amongst current articles this one, A Passion for Places by Trevor Burnard, catches my eye – o’k it’s mainly the  old map, but the notion of concern in space rather than chronology is also worth a examination.



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Semi-colonised?



This article by Trevor Butterworth, Pause Celebre, on the use of the semi-colon was first published in the Financial Times, September 17, 2005



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