- Title Pages
- List of Illustrations
- Series Preface
1Distributed Cognition and the Humanities
3The Victorian Extended Mind: George Eliot, Psychology and the Bounds of Cognition
4Instrumental Eyes: Enacted and Interactive Perception in Victorian Optical Technologies and Victorian Fiction
5Aesthetic Perception and Embodied Cognition: Art and Literature at the Fin de Siècle
6The Heterocosmic Self: Analogy, Temporality and Structural Couplings in Proust’s Swann’s Way
7Distributed Cognition and the Phenomenology of Modernist Painting and Poetry (Rilke and Cézanne)
8Directionality and Duration in Distributed Consciousness: Modernist Perspectives on Photographic Objectivity
9Walking, Identity and Visual Perception in Romantic and Modernist Literature
10Surrealism, Chance and the Extended Mind
11Distributed Cognition, Porous Qualia and Modernist Narrative
12Nietzsche’s Genealogie der Moral Pro and Contra Distributed Cognition
13A 5th E: Distributed Cognition and the Question of Ethics in Benjamin and Vygotsky, and Horkheimer and Dewey
- Notes on Contributors
- Distributed Cognition in Victorian Culture and Modernism
- Miranda Anderson, Peter Garratt, Mark Sprevak
- Edinburgh University Press
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