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Title:Prof. Lawrence Shapiro on embodied cognition (full interview)
Duration:08:58
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Published:17-01-2017
Source:Youtube

This is the first video in a series of interviews with academics on novel ideas. In this case, the academic being interviewed is Prof. Lawrence Shapiro (sites.google.com/site/lshapiro911) from the University of Wisconsin-Madison (www.wisc.edu/) (USA). The interview was conducted in early January 2017 by Dr. Steven Stolz (www.latrobe.edu.au/education/staff/profile?uname=S…) from La Trobe University (www.latrobe.edu.au/) (Melbourne Campus, Australia) whilst Professor Shapiro was a visiting scholar, and is meant to serve as a broad overview of the emerging research area of “Embodied Cognition”. The aim of the series is to intentionally instigate dialectical encounters that are both thought-provoking, and at the same time sustains the university as a place where conceptions of, and standards of rational justification are elaborated, put to work in the detailed practices of enquiry, and in turn accessible to the public to be rationally evaluated. Disclaimer The views expressed by the presenters and participants in this YouTube channel are the personal views and/or opinions of the individual expressing them and do not represent those of La Trobe University. All reasonable efforts to monitor and/or moderate content is the responsibility of the owner (Dr. Steven Stolz), however, I make no claims, promises, or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the contents of this site, and expressly disclaims liability for errors and omissions in the contents of this site. The owner of the site reserves the sole right to review, edit and/or delete any comments it deems are inappropriate. Comments including, but not limited to, the following may be deleted or edited: • abusive or hurtful comments about another person, which may include: - inappropriate language (e.g. profanity, racial, ethnic or gender- based language) - personal attacks or defamatory statements or comments (e.g. negative personal or untrue comments about a participant), instead of just criticising his/her, opinion or comments • irrelevant and redundant comments (e.g. promotion of events, groups, pages, websites, organisations and programs not related to the series) • comments that violate the privacy and other relevant codes of conduct Links to other websites which are linked from this site are provided as a guide only and such linkage does not constitute endorsement of those sites by the owner.

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