Beyond Body–Mind: Self-narratives and Consciousness

Menon, Sangeetha and Kumar, Meera and Kumar, Rakesh (2019) Beyond Body–Mind: Self-narratives and Consciousness. Psychological Studies, 64. pp. 266-274.

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Abstract: Strong subjective factors embedded in self-existence and the non-reductive and encompassed existence of the self imply the need for imagining self-representations that are inclusive and integrated. Towards this end, arguments from philosophy of psychology, consciousness studies, literature, and material culture are presented. They facilitate understanding the presence and formation of self-narratives. There is need to trace the presence of the self both within and beyond the space of body–mind and the self-narratives. Also, the understanding of subjective nature of consciousness lies in the process of epsitemologizing ‘experience’ and its self.
Item Type: Journal Paper
Subjects: School of Humanities > Consciousness Studies
Programmes > Consciousness Studies Programme
Date Deposited: 06 Jul 2020 05:54
Last Modified: 06 Jul 2020 05:54
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