The Intersubjectivity of Embodiment

The Intersubjectivity of Embodiment

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Many authors have proposed that language evolved from manual actions rather than vocalizations, since manual actions can provide ... The idea has been put forward many times, in many forms, since then (e.g., Arbib 2005; Armstrong 1999; Armstrong et al. ... 2004a) found that bringing differentsized fruits to the mouth modified formant 2 of the syllable /ba/ in the voice spectra, when the syllable was anbsp;...

Title:The Intersubjectivity of Embodiment
Author:Riccardo Fusaroli, Paolo Demuru & Anna M. Borghi (eds.)
Publisher:Jrnl of Cognitive Semiotics -


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