Embodied Cognition as a Methodological Framework for Normative IR

by Kazi, Tahseen

Abstract (Summary)
Intersubjectivity is underspecified in normative international relations theory. This underspecification inhibits normative IR methodology and discourse with interest-based theoreticians. Here new advances in embodied cognition, collectively called embodied cognition, are discussed as a possible methodological framework for normative IR. Specific interdisciplinary modeling techniques are offered.
Bibliographical Information:

Advisor:Peter Brecke; Edward Keene; Molly Cochran

School:Georgia Institute of Technology

School Location:USA - Georgia

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:international affairs


Date of Publication:07/12/2004

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