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This paper reports a narrative analysis on the embodied learning of creative writers, by providing an extended narrative on the embodied learning of one participant. It is theoretically grounded in Merleau-Ponty’s philosophy of the body, Gendlin’s notion of the “felt sense, and Jordi’s analysis of reflection for integrating mind and body.

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“I Know Down to My Ribs”: A Study of the Embodied Adult Learning of Creative Writers

This paper reports a narrative analysis on the embodied learning of creative writers, by providing an extended narrative on the embodied learning of one participant. It is theoretically grounded in Merleau-Ponty’s philosophy of the body, Gendlin’s notion of the “felt sense, and Jordi’s analysis of reflection for integrating mind and body.