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Re-Connecting the Body: Addiction and spatial consequence

Part 1 Dissertation 2016
Billy Gibson
University of Plymouth | UK
It seems that some kind of habitual relationship with the technological device is deeply manifested within perceptual cognition. A progressive narrative looks through a phenomenological viewpoint, accessing discussions on psychological discovery, spatial design and interrogations of dance and body movement. This paper proposes suggestions to how notions of physical self can be wholly embodied into the modern mental complexities of human learning and thinking with prosthetic connotations of the self.
Billy Gibson

Sana Murrani
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