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Title: Exploring the notion of “from-within” through the concept of event
Authors: Renault, Letícia 
Keywords: Enactive approach; First-person methodologies; Event; Gilles Deleuze; Subjectivity; Experience
Issue Date: 20-May-2022
Publisher: Sage
Serial title, monograph or event: Adaptive Behavior
Issue: OnlineFirst
Abstract: The target paper presents the foundations of the Course-of-Experience Framework, discussing a theoretical and methodological tool appropriate for addressing cognition in the wild and from-within. This commentary considers the meaning of from-within in this context. By relying on the enactive paradigm, the Course-of-Experience Framework focuses on singular experiences but does not take individuals as its starting point. Thus, from-within gains a very particular meaning that will be explored here through the concept of event, in Deleuzian terms, the event is neither subjective nor objective in the usual meaning of these words, even though it is a singularity, capable of producing both individual and collective effects. This concept prevents considering subjective experience as a property of individuals. The concept of event is valuable to elucidate the notion of “common experiential ground.”
Description: Article first published online: May 20, 2022
ISSN: 1059-7123
DOI: 10.1177/10597123221094361
Rights: openAccess
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