1001 Yiddish Proverbs by Fred Kogos

By Fred Kogos

Jewish experiences, Literary experiences

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Globes of red, yellow, purple. Just a moment! And now? My father and mother and sisters. Yes! And now? Knights at arms, beautiful women, kind faces. Try this. A field of grain - a city. Very good! And now? Many womens with bright eyes and open lips. Try this. Just a globet on a table. Oh I see! Try this lens! Just an open space - I see nothing in particular. Well, now! Pine trees, a lake, a summer sky. That's better. And now? A book. Read a page for me. I can't. My eyes are carried beyond the page.

18 Mirror neurons for actions: goals and movements .............................................. 19 Basic motor acts and enactive understanding ..................................................... 21 Motor chains and intention understanding .......................................................... 23 Before mindreading: the ontogeny of intentional understanding ........................ 25 Teleological stance and motor intentionality ...................................................... 27 Concluding remarks ............................................................................................

Oh I see! Try this lens! Just an open space - I see nothing in particular. Well, now! Pine trees, a lake, a summer sky. That's better. And now? A book. Read a page for me. I can't. My eyes are carried beyond the page. Try this lens. Depths of air. Excellent! And now? Light, just light, making everything below it a toy world. Very well, we'll make the glasses accordingly. Edgar Lee Master - Spoon River, 1916 This page intentionally left blank Enacting Intersubjectivity F. Morganti et al. ) IOS Press, 2008 © 2008 The authors.

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