In this chapter we outline the most appropriate theoretical and methodological scaffolding for developing a theory of subjective identity that combines James’ conceptualization of the self with the most robust evidence from dynamic, developmental, social and personality psychology: a neo-Jamesian account of the self. This is a framework that joins in the track of James’s naturalistic theory of mental processes, which is the primary inspiration of the Chicago school of functional psychology.

Di Francesco, M., Marraffa, M., Paternoster, A. (2022). A self properly embodied. William James and 4E cognition.. In Marchetti S. (a cura di), The Jamesian Mind (pp. 493-507). London : Routledge.

A self properly embodied. William James and 4E cognition.

Di Francesco M.;Marraffa M.;Paternoster A.
2022-01-01

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In this chapter we outline the most appropriate theoretical and methodological scaffolding for developing a theory of subjective identity that combines James’ conceptualization of the self with the most robust evidence from dynamic, developmental, social and personality psychology: a neo-Jamesian account of the self. This is a framework that joins in the track of James’s naturalistic theory of mental processes, which is the primary inspiration of the Chicago school of functional psychology.
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Di Francesco, M., Marraffa, M., Paternoster, A. (2022). A self properly embodied. William James and 4E cognition.. In Marchetti S. (a cura di), The Jamesian Mind (pp. 493-507). London : Routledge.
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