chapter  20
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Newman’s note, entanglement and the demands of choreography: letter to a choreographer

ByAlva Noë

In Action In Perception, I argued that perception is the embodied activity of making access to the world.1 Conscious experience, on this view, isn’t something that happens inside us, not in our brains, or anywhere else. It is something we do. To pay attention to your experience, then, you need to look not inward, but outward, to your situation, to your context, to the performance we are always carrying out jointly with others.