This book focuses on various contexts in which different embodiment expressions are used. Embodiment emphasizes the role and function of the human body. An embodiment expression, also known as a life-form expression, is an expression containing one or more life-form elements, such as that of human beings, body parts, emotions, animals, and plants. Such expressions are wide ranging in languages. There are three parts in this book. Part I is Embodiment and Food, Part II is Embodiment and Emotion, and Part III is Embodiment in the Broader Context.
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