Corporeity and motricity: a way to conceive body knowledges

Corporeity and motricity are not mere distinctions used to refine language; they are traditionally phenomenological concepts that have been used lately within the context of a new " science" called human motricity. The argumentation over some assumptions is intended to contribute to the configuration of situated knowledge, an epistemic framework which, rather than cutting and excluding, seduces and convokes. After all, every ordering attempt called knowledge will always be a mere way of conceiving the incommensurate body knowledges.

Motricity; Corporeity; Optical machines; Imaginary contexts


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