This book is a theoretical account for general psychology of how human beings meaningfully relate with their bodies-- from the basic physiological processes upwards to the highest psychological functions of religiosity, ethical reasoning, and devotional practices. It unites art and science into a new theory of affective synthesis that human minds are constantly involved in their everyday life worlds.
- Provides a new theory of aesthetic synthesis;
- Demonstrates the links between art and science;
- Provides a new understanding of the role of affect in human cognition.