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Cognitive Processes -- Being a Verb

Rather than a noun or another part of speech (Part #1)


Introduction
Playing with categories
Instrumentation and tuning
Compositional process: from art trouvé to méthode trouvé
Incorporation and embodiment -- beyond performance
Incorporated processes
From categories to processes
Cognitive processes
Energy and flow
Identification with parts of speech
Senses
"Cultivation" -- of the mind / replicated in the mind
"Audience"?
Another "method" / Other "logics" / methods
Dancing with reality

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Introduction

The title of this exploration might be considered inappropriate to what follows. However, brielfy put, the concern is with the dynamic nature of a more appropriate method of engendering and relating to knowledge -- one in which identification with any parts of the process as substantives renders the method non-viable. In this self-referential mode, method, process and mode are themsel;ves called into question.

this self-referential mode, method, process and mode are themsel;ves called into question.