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Lots of stuff coming out about embodied cognition. I'm currently reading Philosophy in the Flesh by Lakoff and Johnson. I'm talking about it on my blog tailfeather.ca. George Lakoff and Mark Johnson are big names in the field. You can read about anything by them, but there are others of course. There's Varela, Thompson and Rosch (The Embodied Mind). You can read the entry in the IEP http://www.iep.utm.edu/embodcog/ for an overview and there's a bibliography at the end of that for more reading. Any particular area of interest?
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