The naturalization of the aesthetic experience of film and art can benefit from the contribution of neuroscience because we can investigate empirically the concepts we use when referring to it and what they are made of at the level of description of the brain-body. The neuroscientific subpersonal level of description is necessary but not sufficient, unless it is coupled with a full appreciation of the tight relationship that the brain entertains with the body and the world. In this article, I will discuss aspects of Murray Smith's proposal on the aesthetic experience of art and film as presented in his Film, Art, and the Third Culture against the background of a new model of perception and imagination: embodied simulation.
Naturalizing aesthetic experience: The role of (liberated) embodied simulation / Gallese, V.. - In: PROJECTIONS. - ISSN 1934-9688. - 12:2(2018), pp. 50-59. [10.3167/proj.2018.120207]
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