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  isdy(2005-03-22 10:26:05, Hit : 19892, Vote : 3558
 Towards a squinting theory

What we need for the understanding of body culture, is a squint-eyed view. Squinting means to focus on two points at the same time. We focus on the historical: All is change, all is particular, all is relative in space and time. And we focus on the anthropological, existential and universal: All is related to human existence, to the existence of human beings in plural, to life as an inter-human and inter-bodily process.
When squinting with our eyes, we do not produce the wholeness of one consistent picture. There is overlap - and this will sometimes make us dizzy. However - as the pictures of the Magic Eye, the great craze of the 1990s, have shown - squinting makes it possible to look behind the surface of things. We are able to see something third. In this respect, the study of body culture has a shamanic dimension.




The people and bodily democracy
Three dimensions of pull & tug by Dr. Henning

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