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The main goal of this essay is to show how the human condition of embodiment is implicated in our current musical practices and discourses, informed by the preconceptual and pre-rational basis of habits, bodily schemata, auditory images, metaphors, etc., which in turn rely on perception as a primarily brain-body-involving neural process. I also intend to show that embodiment plays a decisive role in the production of musical meanings. Although experienced and constituted primarily through the subjective act of intentional perception, these meanings are open to the social and natural environment with which they are actively connected.

Palabras clave: musical embodiment, corporeality, perception, experience, linguisticity, cognitive semantics and tango, neuro-phenomenology.
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Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
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Versión 3.0 | 2017