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[Mathematics is, in part, a search for structure and certainty, and the primary practice of mathematicians toward that end consists of creating and communicating mathematical proofs. The purpose of this chapter is to examine mathematical proof and logical reasoning from the perspective of embodied cognition (Clark 1998; Gibbs 2005; Johnson 1987, 2012; Lakoff and Johnson 1980; Shapiro 2010, 2014; Varela et al. 1991). Although there are multiple theoretical and methodological approaches to embodiment, Varela (1999: 11–12) characterized its essential aspects as follows:]
Published: Sep 15, 2019
Keywords: Embodiment; Mathematical proof; Gesture; Infant cognition; Logical deduction
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