By Olga Bogdashina
During this clever and incisive booklet, Olga Bogdashina explores outdated and new theories of sensory notion and conversation in autism. Drawing on linguistics, philosophy, neuroscience, psychology, anthropology and quantum mechanics, she appears at how the character of the senses tell an individual's view of the realm, and the way language either displays and constructs that view. interpreting the 'whys' and 'hows' of the senses, and the function of language, Olga Bogdashina demanding situations universal perceptions of what it capacity to be 'normal' and 'abnormal'. In doing so she indicates that autism may also help to light up our realizing of what it capability to be human, and of the way we enhance schools that form our cognition, language, and behavior. within the ultimate bankruptcy, she explores phenomena usually linked to the mystical - together with premonitions, telepathy and deja vu - and exhibits that those can principally be defined in common phrases. This ebook will attract a person with a private or expert curiosity in autism, together with scholars and researchers, scientific practitioners, participants at the autism spectrum and their households, lecturers, speech and occupational therapists, and different pros.
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The difference lies in interpretation and attaching meaning to these experiences. Dr Maslow emphasizes that it is important to realize that: the knowledge revealed was there all the time, ready to be perceived, if only the perceiver were ‘up to it’, ready for Side-Notes: A Few Questions To Ask / 47 it. This is a change in perspicuity, in the efficiency of the perceiver, in his spectacles, so to speak, not a change in the nature of reality or the invention of a new piece of reality which wasn’t there before.
Much of the specifically religious imagery of Buddhism can be of relevance to some people with ASDs (Samuel 2009). 3. Similar experiences (though rare) can be achieved in a relaxed brain state; for example, consider the experience of an American scientist, C. King, who was waiting on a New Jersey railway platform: Suddenly the entire aspect of the surroundings changed. The whole atmosphere seemed strangely vitalized and abruptly the few other persons on the platform took on an appearance hardly more important or significant than that of the doorknobs at the entrance to the passengers’ waiting room.
Mortification of the body, for example in some religious rituals (fasting, lent); meditation2 and relaxation;3 illness, fatigue or (physical or psychological) trauma; or even training (examples are vinters, perfumiers and…‘stage clairvoyants’ who can locate hidden objects by detecting almost imperceptible movements on the parts of their aides) (Clarke 2000). Some artists seem to develop the ability ‘to look within’ and reproduce the world they perceive on canvas or paper (poets). 3. 61). vi).
Autism and the Edges of the Known World: Sensitivities, Language, and Constructed Reality by Olga Bogdashina