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Response 3: To Leo Calogero Reflection 4 October 25, 2011

Posted by HSDC in Uncategorized.
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It seems that we shared similar experiences when reading the Seremetakis article, the article was very detailed and filled with a lot of academic jargon and the underlying message was hard to grasp. However the one quote that you singled out from the article is a very informative, it ultimately does encompass a lot of what the article has to say about sensing as a mean of communication and exchange of experience. Moreover your summary of the Stoller article was very informed in that the major issues of the sensuous body were acknowledged, including your focus on ocular centrism which I for some reason overlooked in my reflection.  Moreover the mention of the high and low sensation one experiences was a good point to bring forward in relation to how the body interprets its surroundings. It is fascinating how Stoller distrusted the lower body; I was not aware of this and will actually go back and read the prologue to see why this is.

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