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2022.5.2 Release

Dr. Miyahara published a co-authored paper in Synthese

New paper co-authored by Dr. Katsunori Miyahara (CHAIN) and Miguel Segundo-Ortin (Utrecht) is published in Synthesee special issue “Minds in skilled performance”. This paper proposes a novel interpretation of 15th century Japanese dramatist Zeami’s concept of riken no ken (離見の見) drawing on the embodied-ecological conception of direct affective perception.

Miyahara, K., Segundo-Ortin, M. (2022) Situated self-awareness in expert performance: a situated normativity account of riken no ken. Synthese 200, 192.