Turning Fat Into Love

Author: Pauline Kerkhoff
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In Turning Fat into Love, Dutch dietician and nutritionist Pauline Kerkhoff explains that it is impossible to become happier and healthier by depriving yourself or judging yourself, but that love will transform you from the inside out.

The World Beyond Your Head

Author: Matthew B. Crawford
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He is loose, preemptive, and ruthless. Clark, Supersizing the Mind, 48. This piano
example is from D. Sudnow, Ways of the Hand: A Rewritten Account, as quoted
by J. Sutton, “Batting, Habit and Memory: The Embodied Mind and the Nature of
Skill,” as quoted in turn by Clark, Supersizing the Mind, 237 n. 4. 3. VIRTUAL
REALITY AS MORAL IDEAL 1. Thomas de Zengotita, Mediated: How the Media
Shapes Your World and the Way You Live in It (New York: Bloomsbury, 2005). 2.

The Complex Mind

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Naturalborn cyborgs: Minds, technologies, and the future ofhuman intelligence.
NewYork: Oxford UniversityPress. Clark, A (2005). Word,niche and superniche:
How language makes minds matter more. Theoria 20(54):255–68. Clark, A (2006
). Language, embodiment and the cognitive niche. Trends in CognitiveSciences.
10(8): 370–4. Clark, A(2008). Supersizing the mind:embodiment, action,
andcognitive extension. New York:Oxford UniversityPress. Clark, A.and
Chalmers, D. (1998).

Understanding Context

Author: Andrew Hinton
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Clark, A . Supersizing the Mind: Embodiment, Action, and Cognitive Extension
London: Oxford University Press, 2010:42 . † ——— . Supersizing the Mind:
Embodiment, Action, and Cognitive Extension London: Oxford University Press,
2012:568–569, Kindle locations . ‡ “Loops of least effort” is not Clark's phrasing,
but my own . This is an idea we'll return to later, when we see how users tend to
rely on physical information before bothering with the extra effort required by
most semantic ...


Author: Kevin Brooks
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Actual Consciousness

Author: Ted Honderich
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______, 2011, Supersizing the Mind: Embodiment, Action and Cognitive Science
. Oxford University Press. Cleeremans, A., 2003, The Unity of Consciousness:
Binding, Integration and Dissociation. Oxford University Press. Coates, Paul,
2007, The Metaphysics of Perception: Wilfrid Sellars, Perceptual Consciousness
and Critical Realism. Routledge. Cohen, I. B., and G. Smith, eds., 2002, The
Companion to Newton. Cambridge University Press. Crane, Tim, 1992a, ed., The
Contents of ...

Embodied Food Politics

Author: Professor Michael S Carolan
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There is no mind, no mind's eye or disembodied reason, at least as those "things"
are traditionally conceived in the Anglo-American analytic tradition that places a
premium on a free and autonomous rational faculty. Rather, what we call mind,
thought, cognition, and knowledge are all effects of active bodies, of bodies-in-
the-world. Andy Clark (2008) uses the term "supersizing the mind" to emphasize
this smearing across mind, body and environment as we attempt to make sense ...

The Self Beyond Itself

Author: Heidi M. Ravven
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There is also a certain amount of space surrounding our body, “peripersonal
space,” like a bubble around us, that is included in our neural self-maps.2 The
expansion to include tools and other objects that we use to do things and carry
out our aims, as well as all kinds of biographical and cultural and familial
information, is now re- ferred to in neuroscience as the extended self. We take so
much in. The philosopher Andy Clark, in his 2008 book Supersizing the Mind,
has written about ...

Contracts Of Fiction

Author: Ellen Spolsky
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0190232161
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NaturalBorn Cyborgs: Minds, Technologies, and the Future of Human
Intelligence. New York: Oxford University Press. Clark, Andy. 2007. “Soft Selves
and Ecological Control.” In Distributed Cognition and the Will: Individual Volition
and Social Context, edited by Don Ross, David Spurrett, Harold Kincaid, and G.
Lynn Stephens. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 101–21. Clark, Andy. 2008.
Supersizing the Mind: Embodiment, Action, and Cognitive Extension. Oxford:
Oxford University Press.