The Nexus of Agency: Body and The World
How body and mind are interconnected within action? This paper examines this question from the phenomenological point of view. First, we will describe some basic phenomenological attitudes to externality and internality. These attitudes were formulated by the founder of the phenomenology Edmund Husserl. Second, we present Husserl’s ideas on the embodiment. Third, we examine the development of Husserl’s position by French phenomenologist Maurice Merleau-Ponty.