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  1. Grounding Bodily Sense of Ownership.Guy Lotan - 2022 - Philosophia 50 (5):2617-2626.
    The experience of one’s body as one’s own is normally referred to as one’s “bodily sense of ownership” (BSO). Despite its centrality and importance in our lives, BSO is highly elusive and complex. Different psychopathologies demonstrate that a BSO is unnecessary and that it is possible to develop a limited BSO that extends beyond the borders of one’s biological body. Therefore, it is worth asking: what grounds one’s BSO? The purpose of this paper is to sketch a preliminary answer to (...)
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  • Commentary: Preliminary Evidence for Training-Induced Changes of Morphology and Phantom Limb Pain.Jaskaran Chagger, Krishihan Sivapragasam & Michael Wong - 2019 - Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 13.