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Emersiology in Sport Science: The Unconscious Living Body in the Case of Corporeal Non-Property

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The implicit activities of the living body in sports (such as heart rate, involuntary gestures, stress, reflex, emotional regulation and interaction expressions) emerge in the consciousness of the lived body without our voluntary control. We demonstrate physiological emersion, and how, including in dramaturgical perception, physiological flows and processes collide with the image of a whole body. In this paper, we introduce corporeal non-property as the missing (?) link between phenomenology and neuroscience, renewed by research on the cerebral unconscious and the perception of their lived body. Rather than mindfulness, physical activity obliges the subject to learn the unconscious and his motor skills from his living body: a new psychoanalysis of sport is thus established by studying what emerges from the activity of the living body up to the level of the conscious description of motor action. In this paper, we explain why that awareness occurs, and why it matters for the understanding of unconscious activity of the athlete’s living body. This is potentially interesting, although it needs, as a theory, to overcome the obvious reliance of the body on unconscious or habitual/automated physiological processes. But the incorporation of body techniques forms a habitus.
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hal-04417553 , version 1 (25-01-2024)

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Marie Agostinucci, Claire Liné, Erwann Jacquot, Juliette Vincent, Edmna Manis, et al.. Emersiology in Sport Science: The Unconscious Living Body in the Case of Corporeal Non-Property. Sport, Ethics and Philosophy, 2023, 18 (1), pp.67-80. ⟨10.1080/17511321.2023.2279144⟩. ⟨hal-04417553⟩
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