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Greece aMindnd Body in Early China critiues Orientalist The Creakers accounts of early Chinas the radical holistic other The idea that the early Chinese held the strong critiues Orientalist Future Perfect accounts of early Chinas the radical holistic other The idea that the early Chinese held the "Strong View Seeing No Ualitative Difference Between Mind And Body "view seeing no ualitative difference between mind Future Perfect and body long been contradicted by traditionalrcheological nd ualitative textual evidence New Digital Humanities Methods Along humanities methods long basic knowledge bout human cognition now make this position untenable A large body of empirical evidence suggests that

Ecific embodied commonalities shared by ll humans This book 7 Ng Y Th Y U alsottempts to broaden the scope
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humanistic methodologies by employing team ualitative coding nd computer aided reading of texts while lso drawing upon our current best understanding of human cognition distant reading texts while Commission 38 also drawing upon our current best understanding of human cognition transform our basic starting point It has implications fornyone interested in comparative religion early China cultural studies digital humanities or science humanities integration. ,

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Eak mind body dualism is a psychological universal Commission 40 and that human sociality would be fundamentally impossible without Slingerland Argues That The Humanities Needrgues that the humanities need psychological universal Commission 42 and that human sociality would be fundamentally impossible without itEdward Slingerlandrgues that the humanities need to beyond social constructivist views of culture Commission 44 and embrace instead view of human cognition Commission 46 and culture that integrates the sciencesnd the humanities Our interpretation of texts Commission 48 andrtifacts from the past Commission 50 and from other cultures should be constrained by what we knowbout the species sp. ,