Synthese:1-19 (forthcoming)

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Zuzanna Rucinska
University of Antwerp
Shaun Gallagher
University of Memphis
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In this paper we explore the notion of rehearsal as a way to develop an embodied and enactive account of imagining. After reviewing the neuroscience of motor imagery, we argue, in the context of performance studies, that rehearsal includes forms of imagining that involve motor processes. We draw on Sartre’s phenomenology of imagining which also suggests that imagining involves motor processes. This research in neuroscience and phenomenology, supports the idea of an embodied and enactive account of imagination.
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DOI 10.1007/s11229-020-02989-2
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