The embrained body of a child: On neurodidactics and edusemiotic 21st century becoming machines
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Original versionReinertsen, A. B. (2016). The embrained body of a child: On neurodidactics and edusemiotic 21st century becoming machines. Global Studies of Childhood. 6(1), 53–66. 10.1177/2043610615619514
This is a sciencepoetical essay combining neurodidactics as an interdisciplinary research field representing an interface between neuroscience, didactics, and educational sciences with the potentials in and with recent post-constructivist and/or post-humanism, compostist, and multiparadigmatic theories of embodiment and matter becomings. It is an attempt to think new about the nature–culture divide and learning. The idea and notion of the rhizome, and thus the idea of the rhizome-embrained body of a child, is followed through. I write along a neutral and panpsychist monist philosophy of mind un/conscious–attention–discovery sensation–thinking–learning continuum, hopefully contributing to research on conceptual change in children and ultimately the Neuron. I write. I thus Pessoa word and I try to Cixous forethink in and with words. They are (my) stimulating electric currents.