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Neuroscience And The Masks Of Ancient Greek Theater
"Over 2000 years may have elapsed since masked Greek tragedies had their heyday on stage in Athens, but some of the most modern neuroscience may be able to give classicists a better understanding of how the ancients watched and thought about those plays." The key concept: "embodied cognition". New Scientist 11/15/12
Posted November 16, 2012 12:42 AM




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