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-  205   Abram , David: The Spell of the Sensuous , 121 abstractions, conceptualization of, 100 aesthetic moment, 111 affect attunement, 62 “all-overishness,” 6 amnesia, 42, 43n9; global, 189 amygdala-hippocampal system, 188–89 animal magnetism, 180–81 Aristotle, 35–36, 185, 194; De Anima, 35; Eliot and, 97; Ethics, 185; Poetics, 97, 185 Armstrong, Nancy: How Novels Think, 8n7 arrested narration, 189 artificial intelligence, 187 Ash, Mitchell G., 9n8 “as-if-body-loop,” 88, 90 Associationism, 17 attunement: affect, 62; embodied, 62 Austen, Jane: birth of, 53n2; character portraits, 41; consciousness of, 39; death of, 53, 53n2; fantasizing mind, 8; language of, 36–37; Mansfield Park, 44–45, 52n1, 55; mind work of, 4–11; narrative worlds, construction of, 43; nature of the self’s mind, 6; Northanger Abbey, 33, Index n 43, 52n1, 55; Pride and Prejudice, 43, 52n1, 54–55, 57; self-consciousness and, 29–67; Sense and Sensibility , 43–44, 52n1, 55; “unthought known,” 7; as Wentworth, 53. See also Emma; Persuasion “authorial” minds, 5 autobiographical memory, 187–88 autobiography, 185, 187, 193–94 Bain, Alexander, 9n8, 12n11, 17 Baker, William: George Eliot and Judaism , 118n10 Bakhtin, Mikhail, 8n6 Bally, Charles, 42n8 Barthes, Roland: “Introduction to the Structural Analysis of Narratives ,” 186–87 Bates, Jonathan, 4 Beer, Gillian: Darwin’s Plots, 76n4, 158n1 Bergson, Henri, 12n11 Birchall, Diana, 44n12 Blood, Anne: “Intensely Pleasurable Responses to Music . . . ,” 83n7 Bluestone, George, 37; consciousness of fantasy, 34; Novels into Film, 33–34 blushing, 55–56 Index -  206   Mind , 2n1; consciousness of experience , 3; hard vs. easy problems of consciousness, 2 “character minds” vs. “context minds,” 5 Charcot, J. M., 9n8, 12n11 children, memory and, 187 Churchland, Patricia: On the Contrary , 2n1 Churchland, Paul: Matter and Consciousness , 2n1; On the Contrary, 2n1 Clarke, Edwin, 9n8 cogito ergo sum. See “I think, therefore I am” cognitive science, 4, 99. See also neuroscience Cohen, William: Embodied, 8n7; “Faciality and Sensation,” 128n1 Cohn, Dorrit: Transparent Minds, 8 Coleridge, Samuel Taylor: idea of “Fancy,” 104 confabulation, 189–90 consciousness: after-thought, 139; art/narrative/the novel and, 8n7; body and, 53, 62; by nature vs. by reading, 34; coming to, 57, 58, 60, 62, 90, 136–37; core, 7, 139–41; Damasio and, 7, 25, 30–32, 45, 47, 57, 58, 128n1, 140; dramatized, 32, 41–42, 42n8, 48, 64; dreams and, 157, 175; embodied, 73; expanded, 55, 92; of experience, 3; extended, 48–49, 140; of fantasy, 34; fictional, 8; hard vs. easy problems of, 2; imagining, 34–35, 45; inescapable binding to, 186; James and, 21, 41, 128n1, 139; metamorphosis of, 108–10, 112–13, 115–16, 143; mingling of, 104, 116; multiple states of, 145; narcissistic, 50; narrative structure and, 193–94; novel as aesthetic of, 11; objective, 2; personal, 41; reality-making, 105; shame and, 55–57; simple narrative of, 47; of Bollas, Christopher: aesthetic moment, 111; literary mood, 143n3, 144; The Shadow of the Object, 65n12, 144n4; transformational object, 10; “unthought known,” 7, 65 Booth, Wayne, 8n6, 45 Bray, Joseph: “The Source of ‘Dramatized Consciousness,’” 42n8 Broca, Pierre, 9n8 Bromberg, Philip: consciousness and, 145; dissociation and, 10, 179; “getting into a mood,” 144–45; the real, 161; Standing in the Spaces, 174n11 Brontë, Emily, 40 Brontë sisters, auto/biographical mind in, 8 Brown, Julia Prewitt: “Jane Austen,” 43n10 Bruner, Jerome: “The Narrative Construction of Reality,” 188, 194; Acts of Meaning, 188n1; Actual Minds, Possible Worlds, 188n1 Bunyan, John: Pilgrim’s Progress, 152n7 Butte, George: I Know That You Know That I Know, 8n7; intersubjectivity , 60; “Shame or Espousal?,” 60n8 Campbell, Sue: Interpreting the Personal , 4n2 Capuano, Peter: “The Objective Aural-Relative in Middlemarch,” 77n5 Carey, Benedict, 43n9 Cavell, Stanley, 9n8; “Knowing and Acknowledging,” 72 central nervous system, narrative and, 188–93 cerebral cortex, 163–64 Cervantes, Miguel de, 33 Chalmers, David, 2–3; The Conscious Index -  207   Daniel Deronda (Eliot), 77n5, 94–123 aesthetic moment in, 111 Alcharisi, 115; as musician, 119 aleph-beth in, 119, 121–22 Catherine Arrowpoint, 118 British vs. Jewish plots of, 117–18 Mordecai Cohen, 112–13, 115– 16, 118, 120, 122 Damasio and, 105–6 Daniel Deronda: Mordecai and, 112–13, 115–16, 118, 120, 122; consciousness of, 115; Gwendolen and, 108–12, 114–16; Jews and, 114, 116; otherness and, 6; sacred presence and, 120; sound as entrance for, 120; sympathy and, 114 embodied mind in, 4, 94–123 emotion in, 104–5 eternal sounds in, 117–23 eyes in, 110–11 felt-metaphoric exchange in, 104 Lydia Glasher: worldly desires of, 117 Henleigh...

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9780814270929
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2014-01-01
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