A Corporeal Approach
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The remembering and transformational capacities of our bodies point to the many ways that we are dialogically intertwined with the world, always in the midst of response and responding. Merleau-Ponty (1962, 1964, 1968) advanced this by positing our bodies as the seat of all human experience. His revolutionary line of thought provides a counter to the philosophical proposition “I think, therefor I am” from Descartes’ Principles of Philosophy (1644).