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INDEX

about/of, 129-30, 136
abstraction, 184
action, 140, 147
    vs doing, 167
also carrying forward, 169
American pragmatists, 277n
animals, 137-8, 239-40
    memory, 207
Aristotle, 87, 101, 142, 210, 211, 268
art, 193-4, 201
articulation, 209
awareness, 257

baby lamb and visual cliff, 25
bcxt-cf, see body context carrying forward
behavior, 239-40
    derivation of, 96
behavior space, 106
bi-lateral symmetry, 111
body context carrying forward (bcxt-cf), 126, 127
bodylook, 125
bodylook space, 131
body sensations, emotions and, 229-30
body, the, 180, 190-1
    as the unconscious, 229

carrying forward, 47, 74-5
    also, 169
    body context carrying forward (bcxt-cf), 126, 127
    indirectly, 159-60
    lone, 169
    and symbols, 212-13
city philosophy, 68, 137
collected life interaction context (coliacxt), 188
collective crossing, 184
comprehension, 265
concepts
    don't represent, 45
    VIII, 261
consciousness
    derivation of, 99
    VIII, 250
conventional signs, 174
creativity, 38
cross-contextual, see directly cross-contextual
crossing, 37, 45, 54-7, 105, 176
    and eveving, 252
    collective, 184
    direct context, see direct context crossing
    lateral, 184
cultural contexts, 149
culture, 181, 196, 254-6
culture
    modern, 215, 225, 286n
    and stoppage, 275n
    traditional, 215

dance, 127
deliberateness, 198
Derrida, 55
diafils, 263
dialectic, 258, 262, 287n
direct context crossing, 214, 224, 234, 246, 263
direct referent, 219, 222-9
    formation, 227, 228
    see also
felt sense
direction, 246
directly cross-contextual, see direct context crossing
discursive units, 195
doing vs action, 167
doubling, 131
    VIII, 235, 237
Duncan, Isadora, 214, 216-20

Einstein, 213, 222
emotions, 198
    and felt sense, 221
    and body sensations, 229-30
    breaking back, 216ande, 225
empathy, 130, 138
empirical holism, 199
empty space, see space, empty
eveving, 43, 48, 49, 84, 95, 154, 156-7, 161, 197, 248, 252
    and crossing, 252
   
see also re-eveving (in language)
explication, 17, 155, 158, 208
expression, 101, 128, 133, 236-7
    new, 194

feeling(s), 98, 215, 218
    in-behavior, 216
    information in, 101-2
    slotted, 215
felt sense, 180
    and emotions, 221
    not 'just there, waiting', 218, 219, 222-4, 231, 245
    space of, 231
   
see also direct referent
felt shift, 227
ff, 250, 257
finding oneself, 256
first sequences, 177

FLIP, 164, 165-8, 180, 188, 200-4
focaling, 48-9
focusing, 180
fresh sentences, 195
future, 74, 75

gesture space, 131
gesturing, 131, 147
God, will of, 247
graph paper, 38, 97

1/2 to 2 principle, 245-6, 250, 257
handle, 223, 226, 230
hard structure, 254, 255
Hegel, 49
Heidegger, M., 262, 270
held, 156, 260, 265, 288n
holding and letting, 230
holism, empirical, 199
human events as symbolic, 282n
human experience, beginning with, 109
humans, first, 135, 139
hunting tools, 151-2

iacxt, see interaction contexts
Iberg, 231
idealism, 205
IFcans story, 43-4
ikonic signs, 174
image space, 230
images, 150
imagination, 158, 161-2
implicit functioning, 153
implicit
    pre-formed, 146
    type a, 225, 238, 252, 257
indirectly carrying forward, 159-60
individual and society, 59
inner life, 215
intention movements, 80
interaction contexts (iacxt), 167, 179, 188
interaction first, 22, 32-3, 214
interaffecting, original, 23
interlocking terms, 72
internal space, 163
intervening events, 83
intimacy, 255-6
intricate order, 74
IOFI, 244-5, 246-9, 249-50, 261

Kant, I, 142, 145, 159, 205, 210, 211, 258, 277n
kinds, 141
    first, 209

language, 174
    short units, 185
Laplace, 34, 38
lateral crossing, 184
law of occurrence, 54
laws, scientific, 259
leafing, 80
leap concepts, 37
letting, and holding, 230
Linear A, 201
logic, exclusively human, 274n
lone carrying forward, 169

making, 150
maths, exclusively human, 274n
Mead, G.H., 130
memory, 207
Merleau-Ponty, M., 83
meshed, 152
metaphor, 54-6, 144, 183, 196, 198
momentum, 73
monad(ing), 243, 257, 265
motivation, derivation of, 103
movement, pure, 132

nature, return to, 286n
new expresion, 194
Nietzsche, 286n
novel situations, 191-3

object formation, 112
occurrence, law of, 54
of/about, 129-30, 136
onomatopoeic signs, 174
open functional cycle (opfucy), 90
opfucy, see open functional cycle (opfucy)
original interaffecting, 23

past, the, 34-7, 39, 66, 68-9, 71, 144, 205-6
    in present, 71
pathological conditions, 74
patterns, themselves, 202ande
pc, 136, 240, 250, 257
perception
    animal movement needed for, 101
    derivation of, 100
perception/imagination, 151
perfect feedback object, 233-5
personal development, 248
phantastic differentiation, 246ande, 251, 253
physics, 53, 72-3
   
see also quantum mechanics
pictures, 137
plants, 101

Plato, 142, 251, 258, 262, 268, 271
poetry, 194
Polemarchus, 258
pragmatists, American, 277n
pre-conceptual, 56
pre-formed implicit, 146
primitive sequences, 153
problem as solution, 234
purpose, 48
putting down, 239
pyramiding, 154, 192

quantum mechanics, 53, 72-3

reconstituting, 158-62
re-eveving (in language), 193, 195-6, 200
relevance, 232-3
    retroactive, 50
repertoire, 193, 194
representation, 128
re-recognition, 98, 101, 128, 193, 194, 235, 236
return to nature, 286n
reversal, 47
rhythm, 80
rituals, 148
    slotted, 148

sbs, see schematised by schematising
schematised by schematising (sbs), 61, 264
scientific laws, 259
second sequences, 177
seens and heards, 138, 147
self
    VII, comes from interaction, 255
    VIII, 240, 241, 250, 256
        corresponds to the space, 240
self-consciousness, 134-6
    and interaction, 136
self-understanding, 238, 250, 256
self, sense of, 136
sense data, 282n
senses, separate, 140-1
sensitivity, 225, 254
sentences, fresh, 195
sentience, 99
sequence(s)
    first and second, 177
    as forming, 155
short units, 185
signs
    conventional, 174
    onomatopoeic/ikonic, 174
situations, 168, 181, 209
slotted rituals, 148
society, and individual, 59
Socrates, 287n
space-and-time, 107
space
    empty, 238ande
    of felt sense, 231
    human, 199
    image, 230
    internal, 163
    VII, 131
    VIII, 218, 239, 240
speech acts, 188, 191
split-brain research, 111
Stanislavski, 220, 221, 222
stop/on events, 83, 89
stoppage, culture and, 275n
stuff, lack of, 28
symbolic space, 132
symbolic, human events as, 282n
symbolising, 252
symbols, 136
    and carrying forward, 212-13
syntax, 189
systems theory, 32

technical control, 51
theta diagrams, 76-7, 93, 102
'thick'/'thin' living, 199
thinking, 262
thirds, see universals
time, 9, 34-7, 39, 42, 45, 65-7, 205-6
    and sbs, 62-3
    human, 199
    see also
future; past
tools, 151-2
traditional culture, see culture
TV analogy for perception, 97
type a implicit, see implicit

unconscious, the, 158, 246
    is the body, 229
universals, 140, 141-6, 204-13
    third, 199, 210, 211, 212

vacuum activity, 103
versioning(s), 132, 182, 195, 198, 202, 265
visual cliff, 25

Whewell, W., 212
will of God, 247
wisdom, 264
Wittgenstein, L., 55, 56
word(s)
    formation, 185
    must 'come', 187, 197

Compiled by Campbell Purton, July 2000


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