Other Sides of Cognition
Edited By Sabine Flach and Jan Söffner
This book sheds light on the other sides of cognition, on what they mean for forms and figurations of subjective, cultural and social understanding. In examining nuances, exceptions, changes, emotions and absence of emotions, automatized actions and meaningful relations, states of minds and states of bodies, the volume searches new approaches to these phenomena in discussing the relation between the habitus – the habits and behavioral attitudes involved in cognition – and its embeddedness in a habitat. By opening a dialogue between artistic knowledge and the sciences, Other Sides of Cognition investigates novel avenues and concepts within science and research.
At a Berlin-based conference: Other Sides of Cognition, scholars gathered from various disciplines to discuss these issues. This book broadens perspectives on the interdisciplinary field encompassing perception, action and epistemic formations. It offers a new view on the related field of habitus and cognition.
SABINE FLACH AND JAN SÖFFNER Introduction 7 Twilight HAROLD SCHWEIZER Writing in the Shade. A Meditation 19 SABINE FLACH On Twilight 31 FELICITY CALLARD AND DANIEL MARGULIES The Subject “at Rest”. Cognitive Neuroscience’s Struggle with the Dark Side of Cognition 49 Attention and Boredom NICOLAS DE OLIVEIRA AND NICOLA OXLEY We Were Never Being Boring. Between Concentration and Inattention 75 HOLGER SCHULZE The Generativity of Boredom. Morton Feldman, Aphex Twin and Einstürzende Neubauten 89 JAN SLABY The Other Side of Existence. Heidegger on Boredom 101 JULIAN KLEIN The Other Side of the Frame. Artistic Experience as Felt Framing: Fundamental Principles of an Artistic Theory of Relativity 121 ALEXANDER THIELE Attention. How the Brain Enables Perception 139 6 Contents Different Minds PIERRE CASSOU-NOGUÈS Emil Post Against Turing Machines. Models of a Plural Mind 159 GERHARD SCHARBERT Cognitio animi experimentalis. Intoxication, Hallucination, Imagination, and Modernity 171 ISABELLE MOFFAT The Physiology of Thought. Neuroplasticity in Lancelot Law Whyte’s Model of “Unitary Thought” and Richard Hamilton’s 1951 Growth and Form Exhibition 185 YVONNE WÜBBEN Reflexes in Brain Research. Images, Practices and Diagrams 199 JAN SÖFFNER What Is It Like to Be With Bats? The Wisdom of Jean Painlevé 215 Control and its Limits FABIENNE LIPTAY “The Limits of Control”. Understanding Cinema Beyond Signs and Meaning 227 WARREN NEIDICH Excerpt Neuropower 249
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