On the Role of Aesthetics in Handcrafting: A Material Engagement Perspective
Cognitive archaeology, Material Engagement Theory, affect, aesthetics, technology, stone tools.
Exploring the relationships between affect, aesthetics, tool making and using, and cognitive evolution.
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