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Situating Art and Cognition
Avant, Volume VIII, Issue 1/2017. ISSN: 2082-6710. Editors of the Issue: Witold Wachowski, Agata Koprowicz, Marcin Łysiak.

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Introduction

I. SITUATING ART
1. Ellen Dissanayake: Roots and Route of the Artification Hypothesis
2. Piotr Podlipniak: Tonal Qualia and the Evolution of Music
3. Alejandra Wah: Cognitive Processes Underlying the Artistic Experience
4. Allen Fogelsanger & Kathleya Afanador: Parameters of Perception: Vision, Audition, and Twentieth-Century Music and Dance
5. Hans-Joachim Braun: An Acoustic Turn? Recent Developments and Future Perspectives of Sound Studies
6. Dariusz Brzostek: The Sonoristic Triangle, Or, What Claude Lévi-Strauss Would Have Said About the Sound Culture If He Had Not Talked About Cooking
7. Tomasz Szubart: Why Foot-Tapping is Important but Not Enough? Some Methodological Problems in the Embodied Approach to Musical Meaning
8. Jerzy Luty: Do Animals Make Art or the Evolutionary Continuity of Species: A Case for Uniqueness

II. SITUATING COGNITION
1. Mark-Oliver Casper: Long Term Epistemic Actions
2. Alexander Jeuk: Constitution Embodiment
3. Piotr Litwin: Empirical Perspectives on Cognitive Penetrability of Perception
4. Barbara Trybulec: Group as a Distributed Subject of Knowledge: Between Radicalism and Triviality
5. Zsuzsanna Kondor: Representation and Extension in Consciousness Studies
6. Marcin Trybulec: External Representations Reconsidered: Against the Reification of Cognitive Extensions


This publication has been financed by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education from the funds for the dissemination of research (DUN) within the framework of publishing activity, contract no. 606/P-DUN/2016, period of implementation: the years 2016-17.

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