Zen and the Art of Surfboard Design

The aim of this paper is to show (a) how motion has ontological priority over space and (b) how the relationship between motion and form underpins mindness. The analysis of spatial perception reveals an interplay between spatial and temporal relations that is evident in language and surfing. Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology , Volume 8, Edition 1 May 2008
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DOI 10.1080/20797222.2008.11433961
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