On derived embodiment: a response to Collins [Book Review]

Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 12 (2):423-425 (2013)
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In derived embodiment, intangible phenomena become as-if tangible as a result of their almost promiscuous borrowing of corporeality from experiences of real objects

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